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Hi all, I've recently been accepted to three online programs for Speech Language Pathology: Emerson College, NYU-Steinhardt, and Baylor University for the May 2020 cohort. YAY!! The obvious con is that all three are super expensive.. but I'm willing to make the investment for flexibility and quality programs. I am waiting to hear back from a few other programs, but wanted some feedback regarding these three in the meantime. Are there any graduates from any of these programs that could weigh into my decision? Good or Bad? Or, has anyone heard any information that would be helpful to decision making? I feel like I've researched the whole internet looking for ratings/opinions but I know these programs are fairly new so I haven't found much. I'm trying to keep this short and sweet but open to giving more info if needed. I didn't think I'd be accepted into all 3.. so I thought it would be helpful to weigh in some opinions. BIG DECISIONS-- HELP! Programs: NYU-Steinhardt (online), Emerson College (online), Baylor University (online), Lamar University, University of Houston, University of St. Augustine (online), Our Lady of the Lake University Applied, Accepted, Interview, Waitlisted, Denied
Has anyone taken online classes at ENMU? I'm pretty sure classes start in less than a week and I haven't received any information about a syllabus or anything. What was your experience with this? Any tips? I'm taking Aural Rehab with Hall and Research and Evidence Based Practice with Bennett. Thanks!!
Hi All, If you guys could please share your knowledge of any new(ish) online SLP programs. Please past links below! I'm looking to apply to any newer online programs created in lets say the last 5 years. I'm going online because I work full time in education and I think it's considerably less competative. Plus I live in California where it's virtually impossible to get into any physical schools. Please post and help a fellow wannabe SLP. Thanks! PS. My background below if you're curious Currently working as a speech specialist under an emergency credential (pm me if you want to know more) 2 years experience as a education specialist in public schools k-12 2.8 GPA Postgraduate Certificate in SLP from University College London 3.1 GPA BA in Psychology 4.0 GPA in Postbacc SLP program at Portland State U. 9 credits 3.0 GPA in Graphic design 4 year career in graphic design GRE 150 verbal 145 Math hence my hesitation to apply to regular schools. i'm no brainiac.