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The M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders online program invites compassionate individuals to become expert speech-language pathologists (SLPs). Online students benefit from our top-ranked, 60-year program offering an evidence-based, people-focused education and opportunities for internship placements in their own communities. Additionally, students study alongside a supportive, connected cohort of like-minded, aspiring SLPs as they train to assess, diagnose, and treat communication and swallowing disorders.
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By The Numbers
Hold a CSD bachelor’s degree or have completed required post-baccalaureate work in the speech field within the last five years.
Hold a bachelor’s degree in a non-CSD major and have not completed introductory courses in speech, language, and hearing; these applicants must complete leveling courses (available through the Baylor program) before starting graduate coursework.