"Take your career further, faster, with Walden University’s online Education Specialist (EdS) programs. These EdS programs prepare you to pursue new leadership roles while you lay the groundwork to pursue a doctorate, if you so choose. With the Lifelong Learner Pathway, students in the Doctor of Education (EdD) program and the EdS programs all take the same first-year courses. If you’re inspired to go for your doctorate, you can transfer seamlessly without starting over, saving you time and money.
In a Walden EdS program, you can:
• Build your credentials faster and at a lower cost than it takes to obtain a doctorate.
• Transfer credits from prior coursework and accelerate your degree.
• Receive dedicated support, from your Foundation course to the end of your capstone.
• Explore real-world challenges in education and gain skills to promote social change."
• Ed.S. in Assessment, Evaluation, and Accountability
• Ed.S. in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
• Ed.S. in Early Childhood Education
• Ed.S. in Educational Administration and Leadership (Non-Licensure)
• Ed.S. in Educational Leadership and Administration (Principal Preparation)
• Ed.S. in Educational Technology
• Ed.S. in Reading, Literacy, and Assessment
• Ed.S. in Special Education
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Walden University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association, www.ncahlc.org;
Walden University's M.S. degree program in Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), a national accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
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North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Private, for-profit, Higher Education
Online course structure with residency requirements for Ph.D. programs.
Applicants to master's programs should possess minimum online and Internet capability, and KAM-based students should have a working knowledge and understanding of computers, but computer literacy is not essential.
Walden best serves the needs of those students living within the United States or Canada.
Doctoral programs require 20 units of academic residency, and some master's programs have specific courses and specializations with residency requirements.