Speech Pathology Online Curriculum
Baylor’s speech pathology master’s online curriculum is designed for service-oriented professionals who are called to assist children and adults with communication, hearing, and swallowing disorders. As a Christian university, Baylor integrates faith into the SLP curriculum and strives to understand all of God’s creation and how it impacts our communication and quality of life.
The SLP online program, Speech@Baylor, is rooted in research, clinical experiences, and real-world competencies that will empower you to serve diverse communities facing communication difficulties in their everyday lives.
The 45-credit SLP online program can be completed in five semesters (full time) or six to 10 semesters (part time). As part of the program, you will be required to complete clinical practica and a clinical internship.
Speech@Baylor is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
The courses that make up the program’s curriculum take an interdisciplinary approach by integrating academic, research, and clinical experiences. As a student in the SLP online program, you will be exposed to current theories, principles, cutting-edge technologies, research methods, and practices.
Upon graduation, you will be prepared to assess, diagnose, and treat communication and swallowing disorders in children and adults with innovative clinical work and evidence-based practice.
Online SLP Admissions
Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences maintains the same admissions standards for our SLP online program as we do for our on-campus program.
In order to apply to Speech@Baylor, you must hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally or nationally accredited college or university, and an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is preferred. Undergraduate coursework in the basic sciences is also required.
If you do not have a bachelor’s degree in CSD, you may have to take leveling courses before beginning the graduate-level courses.
To apply, you will need to submit the following items:
- The online application
- A resume/curriculum vitae
- Official transcripts
- Documented observation hours (if applicable)
- Three letters of recommendation
- Official GRE scores
- TOEFL/IELTS scores (for international students)
- A personal statement
- A $50 application fee
Join Our Inaugural Speech@Baylor Cohort
Serve and guide those struggling with speech, language, and hearing challenges. Request more information now and start earning your CSD master’s online in 2019.
Why Earn Your Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders Online?
Baylor University’s Communication Sciences and Disorders Department is now bringing its 50 years of SLP education experience to online learners. The online program utilizes the same curriculum as the on-campus program and is taught by the same Baylor faculty.
The online SLP program is dedicated to educating those who are motivated to enhance communication abilities and the quality of life for all.
As a Speech@Baylor student, you will attend classes each week via our online campus, which facilitates live, face-to-face interaction between you, your professors, and your peers from wherever you are. Tools like screen sharing, live annotation, and break-out rooms connect you to your peers and professors, enabling you to collaborate in real time.
Visit the student experience page to learn more about the Speech@Baylor online learning experience
Lead a Life of Service and Purpose
Are you ready to improve the quality of life for those in need? Request more information now and start earning your speech pathology master’s online in 2019.