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Psychology Average Rating
Percent Employed 86% Average Time to Hire --- Average Salary $58,000 % Degree Helped Career 70%
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Percent Employed 86% Average Time to Hire --- Average Salary $79,000 % Degree Helped Career 100%
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Percent Employed 100% Average Time to Hire --- Average Salary $70,000 % Degree Helped Career 100%

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Degree: Clinical Child Psychology
Graduation Year: 2020
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Loved Walden! Everyone is amazing! Always answers your questions and then goes above and beyond for you!

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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2010
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Thank you all for your honest reviews. While the tuition may appear to be cheaper for the Doctoral program I was looking at, I'm seeing too many nightmare reviews to consider Walden University. Dodged that bullet...

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Degree: Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2010
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I started in the General Psych program then switched to Industrial/Organizational Psych. There are a lot of unnecessary classes (which may not be unique just to this school; I'm not sure) and it feels ridiculous to pay tuition to take such courses that are meant simply to "teach" good study habits or get accustomed to posting in online environments. Really basic, unnecessary stuff. Plus there were other courses that were deemed mandatory even though they were only introductory and had no follow-up (such as Research Methods - all the various psychological tests out there, how they work, what they measure, etc., which is great information but could have been included as a sub-matter in another class. The entire course was simply for us to pick one of these tests and study it in-depth, then continuously report on it for the entire 12 weeks. Such a thing is not going to help me in a career since it was way too generic, yet way too focused at the same time). However, many teachers really did engage students and encourage discussion beyond "Great post! I agree!" but at times it really did feel like I wasn't in a real competitive environment, in the sense that witnessing extremely poor grammar, syntax, etc. in others' discussion postings (especially from those who were purported to be at the end of their program) made me wonder how they ever got accepted in the first place at a Master's level (well, other than being willing to shell out $$). I do feel I learned a lot, and there was enough variety, such as group projects, and videos of case studies to watch and learn from. I did hit a snag with my final thesis in that I e-mailed repeatedly for status updates and the entire delay pushed me into another quarter, but after filing an appeal I was refunded the entire price.

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Wow! I am planning to apply to the FNP program at Walden. All these reviews are giving me a second thought. Thank you all for your honesty. If anyone has been through the FNP program at Walden, can you PLEASE give me a feedback on the program?

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I am in the last semester of the FNP program, and I can honestly say that it has been challenging, informative, and a great deal of work. I personally know several FNP graduates from Walden and they not only had a multitude of job offers at graduation, they also had a higher pass rate on their national certification exam than the 8 other colleges in the surrounding area (including 2 Division-1 universities). If you don't mind working hard, are good at self study, and are motivated to get your FNP, then I would recommend Walden

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Degree: Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2014
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I just graduated from Walden University. I would have to say it was a good experience and the degree met all the requironments to be accepted into graduate school. I had no issuses with advisors or the financial aid dept. Some professors were engaging while others felt none exsitant. Online format is definately for those who are self motivated. I was pleased with the overall pyschology program. Did consider to continue at Walden to pursue my masters but missed the classroom interaction so it is back to a brick and mortar campus. If you do not mind writing lots of papers ,participating in discussions and independant study than Walden may be a good choice.

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Degree: Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2012
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I read a bunch of the negative reviews - and I see some that I can understand the frustration and others that feel like sour grapes. All I can tell you is that I gained a lot from attending Walden and graduating with my MS In Social Psychology. I would say that 50% was Walden and 50% is what I put into it. I'll admit, I was a little worried when I witnessed some of the classmates I had in the first few courses. As a for-profit college - I think you tend to see people who really aren't prepared to go back to school, and those are the very people I noticed dropping out as time went on. There were a couple of what I would call "weed out" courses where it was abundantly clear - only the people who wanted to apply themselves and get the degree would complete. I recall statistics being one of those courses. For those of you who crave professor time, or lecture time - online classes aren't for you. For people, like me, who don't mind digging in and learning through a lot of reading and writing... online classes suit us well. For me, online was a must. Because of my job and the hours and production schedules - it would be close to impossible to regularly attend "night" school. I found the online format perfect for me. Though it took me some time to adjust to the work-load and to form good scheduling habits, I found the routine consistent enough that I rarely felt really stressed. Yes, there were times where I would procrastinate and get stressed about completing an assignment. But I found that, for the most part, if I was disciplined - the work was the right balance of challenging and flexible. No, Walden isn't cheap. If I had one desire it would be that Graduate Students could more easily find "scholarship" help. However, I accepted that as a cost of convenience. The bottom line is - Walden isn't for everyone. But for people who are really interested in learning, with a very flexible and convenient way to do it. Walden may be the answer. The key is that anyone considering Walden should be prepared to drive themselves. The only one who can really determine whether this is a valuable learning experience is the student. I am fairly certain that people can fake their way through this (like I saw many do at a traditional school as well), but that only hurts yourself.

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The Master's program may be fine, but do not get your doctorate there! You can work as hard as you want, but when your committee keeps changing and does not respond to countless emails or phone calls and your graduation is delayed by a year and a half, you'll regret going...especially when you get the $100K bill!

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Degree: Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration
Graduation Year: 2019
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I am writing this review because I see so many negative comments, and from really reading and understanding them I would say that the problems people are having are self inflicted. I was reading some of the reviews and people are dropping out of classes randomly during the course, and or being no shows. With any school you cannot just drop out whenever you want and expect your money back, it does not work like that. Most schools and Im sure it is with walden that you can only drop out the first week of classes and sometime in the middle. After that trying to get your money back is slim to non and I dont blame them. You try getting your money back at another big university and see what happens. Also you have people who do not take the time to get information on financial aid and how it works, its YOUR fault not the schools if you run out of funds, YOU need to take the time to be an adult and know this type of information. If you are ill and or have a death, you need to notify the professor and school right away so they can work with you, not after everything is done and over with and you disappear for weeks and decide to come back and continue were you left off. It does not work like that at Walden and it sure does not work like that at a big university either. The professors will fail you and move on. Also I feel that people expect the professors to hold you hand. This is not a dating site if you do not know what to expect from online courses then you need to go to a university where you can be face to face with the professor, no university when they are doing online courses is easy, or do they baby you. They tell you what to do and just sit back and watch, and if you need help they will help you other then that, you are pretty much on your own. I did my masters program 100% at a big school in Pennsylvania, and I know what to expect. But if you never done a program online and you require help all the time then this is not the school for you.

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Deceived - 21 days ago

Karmyn--I see your point, but no one held my hand, and I never dropped out. I was a week away from graduating with my doctorate. I had gone through an extra semester just because they assigned me a new chair since my last one disagreed with the dept. head and quit. It took two months to schedule my final oral because my new chair would not answer my phone calls nor reply to my emails. I also contacted the dept. head and everyone else, but NO REPLY. So I had to pay for an extra semester due to their negligence.

So I FINALLY had my FINAL oral, and I was approved. When my sister, who got her doctorate at another university, finished her final oral, she was FINISHED. Not true at Walden. I had to wait another two weeks to get a final OK from the URR, who had also already approved my paper...for the fourth time. Then he was fired. So they assigned me a new one. I didn't know why because I was a week from graduating and had finished everything, but they did.

Next thing I know, I get a new URR, who DISAPPROVES my paper, wants me to change 55 pages, and puts me into a Freshman writing course!

Let me ask you, what would YOU do in my shoes? All through my coursework at Walden, I'd maintained a 4.0 with excellent reviews on all of my submitted papers. I'd also been approved throughout the 32-step process of my dissertation. Now that I was a week from graduating, they tell me I need to go back and change my proposal, which was approved 8 months earlier??? So, who really is in the wrong here?

To make matters worse, I sucked it up, made the changes, took the course---everything I was asked to do. Then SIX months later, which is how long it took them to finally get my final copy back, my URR THEN went back and made me change 5 more pages which he himself approved when he got my paper 6 months earlier!

Do you understand how insane this is?!

You tell me where I'm at fault. Then tell me you would willingly pay them $103,000. They stated in their policy that when the students make a submission, the committee has 14 days to respond, but many times it would be 3-4 weeks! By then, the semester would end, which equals more tuition. Basically, in one semester, I had maybe three correspondences with my committee. I'm sorry, but medical doctors don't even get paid that much for such a short time!

My goal is to sue this so-called for-profit university for everything I can due to what they put me through. I pray that they never treat another student as terribly as they treated me.

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Karmyn - 20 days ago

I feel sorry for what you have gone through and I do agree with you, that with this case yes it was not your fault that if you are saying everything that is true and that happened then they are definitely in the wrong. But that is a whole other department, that you are having problems with, for me I am in the psychology department, and so far everything is good, my adviser has been emailing me constantly and calling me to make sure I am up to spend with everything that is going on. She even wanted to be on the phone with me for a couple of hours to do a portal walk through together. Im hoping I do not have as many problems as you have had but again I have had no problems so far and I hope that it continues that way. Good luck with everything and I hope it works out for you.

DO NOT USE WALDEN FOR DNP
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I got my MSN from Walden and loved it...but...not the same experience for the DNP. The first year was almost just like the MSN in level of information. The 2nd yr is when you start preparing for the "Project"...that preparation takes FOREVER!! There is one change...one revision after another. The Manual indicates a student will be finished in 4 courses...NOT...one way they can get additional money is to delay, delay, delay...and, of course, it is YOUR fault because you are not doing quality work...well, I completed the MSN with a 3.75 and the DNP with a 3.89...so, either the faculty did not really review my work as I was doing all those writing assignments...or, the faculty for the chapter writing/project are over zealous...or..there is a scheme to keep you there as long as possible by telling you your work is not good enough...I have discovered there are several students seeking to file a class-action suit because of such delays and poor service. You may do ok with the MSN program...but DO NOT use Walden for the DNP!!

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Degree: Public Administration
Graduation Year: 2010
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I really did enjoy and benefit from my time at Walden. I found the courses to be challenging and the instructors to be of the highest quality. There was an initial class (required) about online learning; which I believe should be offered in the second semester and only if it is obvious that a student is having difficulty managing the curriculum of an online learning scenario. You really have to be self-motivated . Nobody is going to hold your hand and tell you when to do your readings, when to participate in the class discussions, and when to do your homework. I had a few years between undergrad and grad school - during which I worked - and I think that experience helped prepare me for managing my own graduate studies. I was working full-time, taking classes full-time, and raising a family (including giving birth during my final term at Walden). It is possible. Sometimes I wish that there was more instructor guidance for the online classroom discussion component. Much like many other aspects of the internet, people can be more (inappropriately) vocal regarding their viewpoints as they can hide behind their laptops and never have to show their face to their classmates. While I am very much for intelligent and fact-based conversation regarding the subject matter - I felt that it would have been appropriate for the professor(s) - as the moderators - to jump in and steer the conversation back to its intended path on a few occasions. The experience was wonderful and I have and will continue to recommend Walden. I would also recommend jumping on your required reading list ASAP once you enroll in a class. Try Amazon and other retailers first before using the recommending online bookstore - it'll definitely save you some money.

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A long journey
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Degree: Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2014
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I enrolled at Walden because, as a teacher, there were very few brick & mortar schools with doctoral programs that could accommodate to the schedule of a teacher, and none in my major. At the time (2008), I was ambivalent given that it was "online" as people might think that it was an easy program. Since then, many large schools in this country now have developed online programs, though doctoral programs, as far as I can tell, are still only offered by online schools (e.g., Walden). The courses were certainly not easy (one exception was the very first course, which was an introduction to online learning - I found that to be a terrible waste of time and money). Some were very good and taught me quite a bit, others were simply fair. There was certainly a large range when it came to the quality of the instructor: some were great, some were good, some were bad, and some were REALLY bad. Not surprisingly, the most dedicated ones were those who were employed full-time and/or held more important positions in the school (whether they were more dedicated because they held higher status or held higher status because they were dedicated is anyone’s guess). Walden employs many part timers (but then, that's a growing trend among many colleges, online or otherwise), and some treat it as a part-time gig, but then there were part timers who served performed their instructional duties magnificently. As I mentioned before, the courses were not relaxed, and the workload was more than I expected (taking two courses while working full-time was one of the most difficult and stressful things I have ever done, and that was before I had children). However, given the online format, there was a great deal of flexibility, and I could complete my work at my own pace so long as it met the assigned deadlines (which were often weekly). Doing well in these course was not a Herculean task so long as one was dedicated to studying and completing coursework in a timely fashion. I will say that there were some classmates who probably should not have enrolled in the program as they were not likely ready for doctoral level work, as I would see a number of them eventually drop out for a variety of reasons. Did I have difficulties with certain faculty and processes? Yes. One hangup came from the IRB (the group that reviews a study for its ethical qualities before a study can commence). I reckon that a number of people who have posted complaints about this process probably had a proposal that was beset with potential ethical problems. For example, there are some students who work in prisons or other settings that have what are called vulnerable populations (e.g. children, members of the military, etc.). To conduct a study using these for a dissertation is possible, but many safeguards need to be put in place so that ethical codes are not violated. Based on my experiences, many get slowed down (and even halted) by the IRB in these cases. Other studies involve procedures that might pose risks that are greater than the risks experienced by everyday life. My dissertation involved the use of hypnosis, which made for a much more challenging IRB review (at least two to three months, whereas other projects that involve secondary data analysis might take a week or two). In the end, I was approved (and the study went without a hitch), and the wait resulted in a dissertation of which I am quite proud. Nevertheless, that process was a pain in the neck. Like others who have posted comments, I did have issues with finding a chair. Students are left almost completely on their own to find their chair and and build their committee. This can be quite challenging, as many of the best faculty members have reached their permitted maximum (which is understandable, as having too many students to attend to results in less than stellar supervision). When I did finally find a chair, he sat on my draft for two quarters and provided no feedback (but plenty of excuses). To make a long story short, I was advised to change chairs and, by a stroke of dumb luck, found the one wanted to have initially but was previously unavailable, and I never had an issue again. I think it’s important that students know their rights, no matter where they go to school. In my situation, I faced a problem that many other students have experienced (lack of feedback), as some others have posted about. One thing that many do not realize is that if a faculty member does not follow the school’s policy (such as meeting deadlines when returning drafts of a dissertation), then the student can file a tuition appeal. I did this twice, one for the situation above and another due to a lack of communication between departments that needlessly delayed me from finishing my degree. Both were successful. Walden values its accreditation, and they need to have and follow these policies and procedures in order to keep it. If they are forced to take action that costs them tuition as a result of students going through the proper channels, then they will be sure to retain good faculty and let go of those who are not up to snuff. I cannot compare Walden’s doctoral program to that of a regular brick & mortar program as I did not attend the latter. Still, based on observation of my peers at other schools, I have noticed some things. Perhaps the biggest difference is the focus of the program. Walden’s goal is getting students to develop and complete their dissertations. Many who attend traditional schools, on the other hand, are often part of a team of other doctoral students who work on a variety of projects, not just the dissertation, which lead to being part of several published works, which in turn bulk up one’s CV. Given that Walden caters to those who are already employed (which is hardly a secret), they are not too concerned about this aspect of professional development (though it appears that they are starting to have a paradigm shift in this realm). On the other hand, you are less likely to have to deal with department politics and other quarrels that have been known to stall students’ progress. In the end though, I think that the hassles one might have at Walden or any online school are going to be found at brick & mortar schools, and vice versa. The doctoral degree, no matter where it is earned, is a process, full of frustrations and challenges, but very rewarding. Bottom line is this: If you are considering Walden, you need to be flexible, dedicated, and informed of your expectations. There is no hand-holding. You are fully responsible for your progress. You need a good chair (and finding that person takes time and patience) and a plan of how you finish your degree (e.g., dissertation topic, time frame, etc.). Ask yourself why you want your PhD (or whatever degree it might be). If it is more than just to get the title or letters to follow your name, then ask what you value most. If it is autonomy and flexibility, then Walden is likely a good fit. If not, consider other options.

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