- 53 quarter credits
- Foundation course (3 cr.)
- Core courses (25 cr.)
- Elective/specialization courses (20 cr.)
(Includes Grant Writing course with final project targeted to specialization)
- Capstone (5 cr.)
View the COMPLETE CURRICULUM PLAN.
Time to completion will vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of the number of your transfer credits that Walden would accept,, call an Enrollment Specialist at 855-646-5286.
To be considered for this master’s program, you must have a bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, from an accredited school and meet the general admission requirements. All applicants must submit a completed online application and transcripts. More information for international applicants.
|Tuition||53 quarter credit hours||$530 per quarter hour||$28,090|
|Program Fee||Per quarter||$170||$1,020|
|BELIEVE & ACHIEVE SCHOLARSHIP
*Represents minimum time to completion, Criminal Justice, Disaster, Crisis, and Intervention, Family Studies and Interventions, or Military Families and Culture specialization, and Believe & Achieve Scholarship. Your actual total program time and costs may vary. Believe & Achieve Scholarship savings based on current tuition. See Scholarship Details for more information.
**Tuition reflects the minimum time to completion. Time to completion varies by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. Tuition and time to complete may be reduced if transfer credits are accepted, or if you receive grants, scholarships or other tuition reductions. Walden may accept up to 30 transfer credits. For a personalized estimate of the number of your transfer credits that Walden would accept, call an Enrollment Specialist at 844-761-4843.
Tuition and fees are subject to change. Books and materials are not included and may cost between $1,000 and $1,400.
It was difficult going back to school when I was close to my 50s, but it was worth it.
I chose to continue my education and pursue my MS in Human Services to open more doors for my career.
Walden’s advisors made me feel comfortable in choosing to attend Walden over other online programs.
Note on Licensure:
The MS in Human Services program, including its specializations, is not designed to lead to professional licensure, including licensure as a professional therapist, counselor, social worker, or psychologist.