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Walden University Reviews of Master's in Clinical Psychology

7 Reviews

Locations:   Minneapolis (MN) 

Annual Tuition: $12,180

20% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
29% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Master's in Clinical Psychology

Student Reviews - Master's in Clinical Psychology

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Reviewed: 3/12/2022

Degree: Clinical Psychology

This program is an absolute disappointment. If I wasn't so far into I would quit Walden. There were issues right from the start but they were going through an ownership change so I gave them the benefit of the doubt and waited it out. There is minimal communication for the "instructors" who are supposed to facilitate the discussions. Feedback is minimal so you don't know if you are on the right track or not and it sometimes takes 2 weeks to get feedback on assignments which is not helpful progressing... Read More

Stay away and save your money

Reviewed: 5/6/2019

Degree: Clinical Psychology

This university is a fraud. I haven't been able to complete my MA in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in counseling because I couldn't find a field placement. When I contacted the school for assistance, I was provided with an excel sheet with site locations previous students have used. The locations (I checked within the state of NJ since that's where I'm from) were 2-4 hours away from my location. I was also told to google locations. When I did, I contacted the possible site locations &... Read More


Reviewed: 5/19/2016

Degree: Clinical Psychology

Hi, I am a Malaysian, and is interesting to take up the Masters in Clinical Psychology offered by Walden University. However, by reading up these reviews, i am quite hesitate for my decision now. Kindly help to advice if the support for this program is sufficient for me to finish my masters please? And if i graduate, is Walden certificate really a joke to at least secure a stable job?

Scam School

Reviewed: 2/21/2016

Degree: Clinical Psychology

Walden reinforces the negative stereotypes of for-profit diploma mills. Every student receives an A which fosters doubt about academic quality. I found Walden administrators to be dishonest, unresponsive, and unethical. The workload was embarrassingly easy and the caliber of students poor. With a 4.0 GPA, employers continually question the quality of my education and label Walden as a "business" rather than an academic institution. Walden is a subpar school that preys on vulnerable students. I won't... Read More

Read the Reports

Reviewed: 2/18/2016

Degree: Clinical Psychology

Please read the headlines about the dangers and scams with non-profit schools. Walden can be the poster child for a predatory for-profit school. In the words of Walden's financial management team, "These are very expensive courses". The cost I paid did not come close to matching the quality of the education. Please attend a school that you can feel good about hanging your degree. Clients and other professionals role their eyes at Walden. I have to work harder to prove that I am more credible than... Read More

Not a Fan

Reviewed: 2/18/2016

Degree: Clinical Psychology

Walden University is a dangerous institution that preys on vulnerable students and leaves them without support or assistance. My enrollment advisor was less than honest and the financial management department lacks integrity and honor. The education is subpar and basically students who show up in the classroom get an A. Video quality of much of the material is dated and the material includes quizzes with incorrect answers and typos. Professors do not teach. Class professors simply grade the work... Read More


Reviewed: 11/6/2015

Degree: Clinical Psychology

Attending class online is not for everyone. It takes an enormous amount of time and dedication. It is hard work but with determination you will meet your goal. I have not had any problems with Walden; faculty, advisors all have been great. I have never written so many papers in my life, but I am learning a great deal about the field of psychology. It is what you make it. I have heard people complain about brick and mortar school also, the truth is everyone will not have the same experiences; one... Read More


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