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Walden University Reviews of Doctoral in Clinical Psychology

7 Reviews

Locations:   Minneapolis (MN) 

Annual Tuition: $12,180

0% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
43% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Doctoral in Clinical Psychology

Student Reviews - Doctoral in Clinical Psychology

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Current Student

Reviewed: 10/14/2023

Degree: Clinical Psychology

I have completed my coursework. I am now in the dissertation phrase and practicum/internship. My chair hasn't provided me feedback on my dissertation in the last two quarters. I am currently having to add a second practicum site due to not meeting Walden's requirements for practicum. Walden's criteria for practicum sites does NOT align with APA or my state guidelines nor did Walden flag the issues I had with my current site. Now they are rejecting documents that have been approved for the last 2... Read More

J. Williams

Reviewed: 2/28/2023

Degree: Clinical Psychology

I highly recommend this school to anyone with the flexibility to work from home. You must utilize practical time management skills for this program to work effectively. By no means does it mean the school is easier, but if you apply yourself and make valuable connections with your colleagues, obtaining your degree will be easier and more pleasant. You must be self-motivated and willing to complete all assignments and tasks on time. As humans, we are not perfect, and there are instances where the... Read More


Reviewed: 3/12/2021

Degree: Clinical Psychology

WARNING!!! Before you decide to enroll in this school read this first!! This may be the most horrible university on the face of this planet!! I was A PhD student majoring in clinical psychology! This university kept me in dissertation for 7 years!! Yes 7 years so they can make more money!! They made a fortune on me. They also kept me in the university with delays after delays for 12 years!! Yes 12 years if you can believe that, but yes it is true, again so they could make more money!! I now owe almost... Read More

Very Dissappointed Student

Reviewed: 2/28/2016

Degree: Clinical Psychology

It is going on six maybe seven years and I have not gotten my prospectus approved. I am totally disappointed with Walden University. The instructors are rude and some are pompous and narcissistic. The program does not prepare students for the dissertation. I am in the thick of it financially and have stuck it out this far. Either staff resign or those that sit for you temporarily are getting their pockets lined. No I would never refer anyone to attend Walden it has become a nightmare. Do not go there... Read More


Reviewed: 11/23/2015

Degree: Clinical Psychology

I have not yet graduated, but I will tell you that Walden makes you work hard, but it is worth it. I am currently on my second draft of a proposal. And it wasn't the professors fault I didnt hit a homerun the first draft. The changes they suggested had me dive in deep and I had to become an expert to create a really great literature review. They have workshops you can take it you need help. Walden is well-priced and also very convenient for working people. Walden will work with people who do not... Read More


Reviewed: 11/17/2014

Degree: Clinical Psychology

I have been attending Walden for almost 3 years. I swtiched programs at the end of one and now working on the degree that will work better for me and my dream job after school. Attending a=n online school is going to be hard work. Walden is not my 1st online school, I recieved my B.A in Foresnic Psychology online at Kaplan U and I have nothing bad to say. Each degree was and is hard work, there is no personal life while working on your degree and if you are working full time you have to set aside... Read More


Reviewed: 5/17/2014

Degree: Clinical Psychology

When you hear of a predatory, solely-for-profit on-line school, let this school serve as the poster child. The lack of communication is truly appalling as is the outdated and archaic curriculum. I was in the doctoral program before merely rolling my credits into a master's program and leaving the school altogether due to my incredibly high level of frustration. In my last dissertation course, the instructor was non-existent in the course from Week 3 - Week 10. EIGHT weeks of zero interaction and... Read More


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