WALDEN UNIVERSITY (NATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY)

United States, Minnesota

Founded in 1984 as National Technological University, now Walden University is located in Colorado. It offers graduate and non-credit courses that were sourced from numerous distinguished universities. The university so far has helped over 140,000 professionals and is ready to empower the upcoming students. The curriculum is designed to enable flexible learning formats as they now offer online courses too. It has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is committed to maintaining the highest standards of excellence. With over 80 degree programs, the students have the variety to find the best course that is suited to their requirements.  

Campus Life

The campus is divided into six schools. The college of management and technology offers a variety of programs to advance the skills of the students. The school of technology and applied science however provides online master’s, bachelor’s, and certificate programs. Walden’s Richard W. Riley College of education and leadership has over 65000 students and offers doctoral degrees. College of nursing, leaders, and teaching faculty hold doctorates, and most are active practitioners too. The college of health professionals provides a health science degree program that offer support, services, and advocacy to the populations around them. College of social and behavioural sciences provides culturally and contextually relevant education programs. And lastly, the school of lifelong learning that supports foals of working adults through flexible non-degree course offerings.   

Noted Alumni

The list of achievers that graduated from Walden is non-stop. Thomas A Drake, former senior executive of the US NSA; Jacob Lozada, nominee for the Human Resource Agency; John Antonakis, professor; Erica Crawley, State representative; Thet Thet Khine, politician and businesswoman; and so many more have acquired their education from Walden University.