bbann001 Posted April 19, 2013 Share Posted April 19, 2013 Hi all, I was wondering if you guys could give me some advice so I can make the decision between these two programs. Chapman is a 10 month program, about $13,000 with tuition & fees, and has class Fridays 5-9:30 PM and Saturday 8-5PM. 2 courses are taken at a time and rotate every other week (even week class 1, odd week class 2) and are taken in 5 week quarters. The program offers SLPA certification at the end of the program (at an additional cost). I technically could apply for the 2014 application cycle, but would only have 4 classes under my belt by December. CSUF is a 2-5 semester program, which I would do in 3 semesters so I could take 4 classes at a time. Tuition and fees ends up at roughly $12,000. Class schedules are like traditional college classes (M-F). I would be eligible to apply for the 2015 application cycle (because my classes wouldn't be finished in time to start in August, because I'm pretty sure the classes aren't offered in summer. I am leaning towards Chapman because I could apply next year, but I think my stats would not be competitive enough to apply in 2014 in the first place and Ill end up applying in 2015 just like I would have at CSUF. Thoughts? Thanks guys!!!! Stats: Undergraduate GPA- 3.184 Psychology Major at UCR GRE Scores- V: 155 QR: 150 AW: 4.5 1.5 years behavior interventionist for children with autism Observed 50+ hours of speech therapy in private & group settings Volunteered at 2 Special Children' Rodeos Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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