As an affiliate or member of Black Nurses Rock, you may be eligible to receive a 10% tuition reduction and up to a $5,000 grant on a high-quality program.*

Limited-time offers

Eligible affiliates or members of Black Nurses Rock who enroll for any term start between 1/1/20 and 6/30/20 can receive a tuition grant in addition to the 10% tuition reduction offered:

  • $5,000 grant for doctoral programs
  • $3,000 grant for master's programs
  • $3,000 grant for bachelor's programs

Why healthcare professionals should choose Walden

  • Benefit from engaging coursework developed with healthcare industry experts.
  • Lay the foundation for your future with rigorous and relevant programs.
  • Gain access to the most current thinking and best practices.
  • Learn from a distinguished faculty of scholars, researchers, and professionals.

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  • Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
  • PhD in Management (Full Program)
  • PhD in Management (Completion Program)
  • Doctor of Education (EdD)
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  • Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
  • PhD in Nursing
  • PhD in Clinical Psychology
  • PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision
  • PhD in Developmental Psychology
  • PhD in Forensic Psychology
  • PhD in Industrial and Organizational (I-O) Psychology
  • PhD in Psychology
  • PsyD in Behavioral Health Leadership
  • Doctor of Healthcare Administration (DHA)
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH)
  • PhD in Health Education and Promotion
  • PhD in Health Services
  • PhD in Public Health
  • PhD in Public Health (Completion Program)
  • Doctor of Public Administration (DPA)
  • PhD in Public Policy and Administration
  • Doctor of Social Work (DSW)
  • PhD in Human and Social Services
  • PhD in Social Work
  • MS in Accounting
  • MS in Finance
  • MS in Human Resource Management
  • MS in Leadership
  • MS in Management
  • MS in Marketing
  • MS in Project Management
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Course-based and Competency-based options)
  • MS in Communication
  • MS in Criminal Justice (Course-based and Tempo Learning, Competency-based options)
  • MS in Criminal Justice Leadership and Executive Management
  • Master of Arts in Teaching
  • MS in Early Childhood Studies (Course-based and Competency-based options)
  • MS in Education (Accelerated option available)
  • MS in Higher Education
  • MS in Instructional Design and Technology
  • MS in Information Technology
  • Ms in Cyber Security
  • Ms in Data Science
  • Ms in Software Engineering
  • Master of Information Systems Management (MISM)
  • Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
  • MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • MS in Developmental Psychology
  • MS in Forensic Psychology
  • MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • MS in Psychology
  • MS in School Counseling
  • MS in Health Education and Promotion
  • Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) (Course-based and Competency-based options)
  • Master of Public Health (MPH)
  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
  • MS in Nonprofit Management and Leadership
  • MS in Human and Social Services
  • Master of Social Work (MSW)
  • BS in Accounting
  • BS in Business Administration
  • BS in Communication
  • BS in Early Childhood Studies - Tempo Learning®
  • BS in Elementary Education (Teacher Licensure)
  • BS in Computer Information Systems
  • BS in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) (Course-based and Competency-based options)
  • BS in Health Studies
  • BS in Healthcare Management
  • BS in Public Health
  • BS in Human Services
  • Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
  • Graduate Certificate in Advanced Project Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Applied Project Management (Course-based and Competency-based options)
  • Graduate Certificate in Auditing
  • Graduate Certificate in Brand and Product Marketing
  • Graduate Certificate in Business Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Digital Marketing
  • Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Leadership
  • Graduate Certificate in Managerial Accounting
  • Post-Doctoral Bridge to Business Administration Certificate
  • Post-Doctoral Bridge to Management Certificate
  • Graduate Certificate in Communication
  • Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice

Choose from over 30 certificate programs in the education field, including topics such as:

  • Adult Education
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Educational Technologies
  • Higher Education
  • K-12 Education
  • Special Education
  • Graduate Certificate in Advanced Cyber Security
  • Graduate Certificate in Data Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Fundamentals of Cyber Security
  • Graduate Certificate in Information Systems
  • Post-Master's Certificates in Nursing
  • Post-Doctoral Psychology Respecialization Certificate
  • Post-Master’s Online Teaching in Psychology Certificate
  • Graduate Certificate in Public Health
  • Graduate Certificate in Government Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security
  • Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Public Management and Leadership
  • Graduate Certificate in Public Policy
  • Graduate Certificate in Strategic Planning and Public Policy
  • Graduate Certificate in Conflict Management and Negotiation

Professional Development Webinars & Articles

Social change agents work to make an impact in the world on a local and global level. To be effective at social change, an agent must be excellent at influencing others. Read more to discover the six critical things social change agents do to influence others.
Work experience is critical to moving forward in your career. But did you know that you can also gain many valuable job skills through volunteering? This article explores how volunteering allows you to impact communities and be an agent for social change, while also accelerating your career.
The virtual classroom is the heart of online degree programs—a convenient, central place where your university courses unfold. Although there are many fundamental similarities between a traditional campus-based education and the online university experience, learning through a virtual classroom offers many benefits that traditional college degree programs don’t provide. Read more to find out which ones made our list of top benefits.
There’s more than one way to be a leader. That’s as true in leadership in nursing as it is in any other profession. But do you know what type of leader you are?
In response to the continuing epidemic of opioid addiction and overdose, Walden University is collaborating with the Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation (NPHF) to bring NPs and RNs important and effective continuing education related to pain management and opioids. This webinar includes practical clinical content as well as illustrative case studies to challenge your critical thinking.
Apologizing is both an Art and a Science. The Science is the list of elements that when merged will form the “perfect” apology. The Art, on the other hand, deals with the surrounding components, that make an apology more relevant, effective and successful.
If you’ve made the decision to earn your degree online, you may be wondering how you’ll keep up with your education while balancing work and family commitments. Time management is an important place to start. In this webinar, hear from Walden graduate, Dr. Sherece Shavel, as she discusses tips and tools you will need to complete your assignments, and discover new ways to stay organized and work more efficiently.
Today’s diverse workforce has great potential for high performance. To make the most of that potential, a performance management system grounded in respectful communication and collaboration for all employees is critical. Through practical examples, this webinar will examine a performance management system that addresses the need for structure within a culture of creativity and innovation.
Being a nurse is extremely rewarding, but it also can be extremely stressful. Stress management is one of the most important self-care techniques that nurses can practice. In this engaging session, Dr. Debra Rose Wilson offers effective stress management strategies for both personal and professional settings.
This webinar session describes the benefits of mentoring for individual nurses and the organizations in which they work. Dr. Louise Jakubik will explore the definition, evidence basis, purpose, and timing of mentoring in the career trajectory of a nurse. Mentoring provides the building blocks for nurses to enrich, enlighten, and advance their careers while creating work environments that support employee engagement, retention, and succession planning.
*The presenters and planners of these session disclose no financial interests nor receive any in-kind materials or funding that could influence the planning or presentation of this material.To obtain one contact hour for the presentation, click on the link at the end of the webinar, complete the evaluation and download or print your certificate.Walden University is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation.

Participants needing accommodations to attend this webinar please contact disability@mail.waldenu.edu  

Ignite Your Passion

Walden empowers creating positive social change in communities.

Caroline Sanchez is a Walden graduate and a nurse working in a breast cancer clinic. Her "why" is to advocate for nurses to practice self-care.

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Walden Accreditations

*A 10% tuition reduction and a tuition grant of up to $3,000 for bachelor’s and master’s programs or up to $5,000 for doctoral programs are available to eligible new students who are affiliates or members of Black Nurses Rock and who enroll and start class between January 1, 2020 and June 30, 2020. No tuition reduction or tuition grant will be made retroactively.

The tuition reduction excludes the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) specialization in the MSN program. The tuition grant excludes competency-based programs, the FNP specialization in the MSN program, accelerated specializations and the one-credit track in the MSEd program, and the Self-Designed specializations in the MSEd, PhD in Management, and PhD in Public Health programs. The tuition grant is awarded as a tuition reduction of up to $500 for up to six consecutive terms for bachelor’s and master’s programs and up to ten consecutive terms for doctoral programs, beginning with the first term of enrollment, until the entire tuition grant has been earned or the student is no longer eligible. Students must be enrolled continuously (without break) to receive the full tuition grant.

Tuition grants and tuition reductions are applicable to tuition only and do not apply toward books, materials, and other supplies or fees needed for a course. The tuition grants and tuition reductions cannot be used by a student in combination with any other tuition reduction benefit. The tuition grant is a “non-cash” award, and in no event will the recipient receive a check or other disbursement of money pursuant to this tuition grant. The tuition grant may only be used for credit-bearing courses within the recipient’s program; non-credit courses are not permitted under the tuition grant.

Walden may change the tuition reduction or tuition grant offered hereunder at any time, but such change will not affect the tuition reduction or tuition grant for students who are currently enrolled at Walden and using the existing tuition reduction or tuition grant. All tuition reductions, grants, or scholarships are subject to specific eligibility requirements. Contact a Walden University enrollment advisor for details.