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Admission requirements for Walden’s programs vary but generally include the following:
Tuition and fees vary by degree program because Walden programs are tailored to the specific needs of professionals in each field.
While we offer several scholarships and tuition assistance opportunities, we understand that you may need additional funding to earn your degree. We can provide you with some of the alternative financial assistance opportunities available to our students residing outside of the United States.
There are many sources that can help you pay for your tuition while you are enrolled in a degree program or assist you with loan repayment after graduation.
To learn more about your funding options, complete the request information form or call to speak with one of our enrollment advisors today.
Walden University offers frequent start dates so that you can begin your program when it’s most convenient for you. For information about start dates for your degree program of interest, complete the information request form and a Walden University enrollment advisor will contact you.
Many countries have their own accrediting bodies, and degree recognition differs from country to country. Prospective students who reside outside of the United States are advised to review accreditation requirements for their own country to confirm recognition of their Walden program of choice.
Doctoral Degree or Specialist Program General Admission Requirements
*Select doctoral programs require a bachelor's degree for admission
Master's Degree Program General Admission Requirements
Bachelor's Degree Program General Admission Requirements
Admission is considered for adults who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent, or for candidates who may have completed college coursework.
Applicants must also meet one of the following criteria:
For assistance deciding which specialization
fits your goals, call an enrollment advisor at: