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What Do I Need To Know Before I Enroll In A Master’s Degree Program?
If you’re considering pursuing your master’s, the first step is to find the degree program that is right for you. But what comes next? And what exactly does the admission process entail? To help you on your path toward earning your advanced degree, we go over what you should know prior to enrolling in a master’s degree program at Walden University.
An Enrollment Specialist will want to learn more about you and your interests.
You can expect an Enrollment Specialist to provide you with support, ask you questions, and help you find a program that suits your needs. While it might seem like Enrollment Specialists ask a lot of questions, it’s the best way to help ensure that the degree program you choose is a good fit for you and can set you in the direction of your personal and professional goals.
You should take your learning style into account.
During the decision-making process, it’s important that you not only identify the master’s program you wish to pursue, but also your preferred learning style. That’s because there are a variety of ways to study and learn at Walden. For instance, some master’s programs are not entirely virtual and require in-person residencies. Others may offer a competency-based option in addition to the traditional course-based option. It’s important to know the different formats that are available before enrolling so that you can ultimately choose the master’s program that is right for you.
Walden University offers a streamlined admission process.
Sometimes the admission process can be daunting. That’s why it’s good to know that Walden has designed its process to be as easy as possible. An Enrollment Specialist will work with you each step of the way, from discussing program offerings and options to providing funding information to answering any questions you may have. And unlike other universities, there is no application fee when you apply to Walden.
There will be an array of student support services waiting for you.
Once enrolled, the support doesn’t end. As a student, you will have access to a range of support services, including academic tutors, a Career Planning and Development Center, 24/7 technical assistance, writing services, and more. Walden also has a Military Services Team dedicated to providing comprehensive support to military students and families, as well as a Student Wellness and Disability Services Office that works to ensure students with disabilities have barrier-free access to programs and services. From enrollment through to graduation, you can count on Walden to give you the support you need to succeed.
Boost Your Career Opportunities When You Earn Your Master’s Online at Walden University
Earning your master’s degree doesn’t have to mean giving up your current pursuits—including your job. If you’re a working professional hoping to get a promotion, a raise, or simply more credibility in your field—without sacrificing your professional achievements so far—an online master’s degree program might be what you need. At Walden, an accredited university, you can earn your master’s while you continue to work full time. That’s because with online education, there’s no need to rearrange your schedule or commute to campus—you can take classes at whatever time of day works best for you as you gain the experience and credentials you need to excel in your field.
Walden University is an accredited institution offering high-quality online degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral level, as well as online certificate programs. Expand your career options and earn your degree using a convenient, flexible learning platform that fits your busy life.
Walden University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, www.hlcommission.org.
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