Making a Difference One Word at a Time

Biola’s Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program equips students with the tools they need to become certified speech-language pathologists in a clinical setting.

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Program at a Glance

  • Program Credits

    63 credits
  • Standard Completion Time

    2 years

    Students attend full-time in a small cohort of 20 students.

  • Supervised Clinical Hours

    400 hours
  • Internships

    Culturally diverse internship experiences including hospital and school settings, working with adult and pediatric populations.

  • Tuition

    $885 per credit
  • Financial Aid

    FAFSA applications open on starting October 1. Check back soon for more details regarding aid for this program.

  • Praxis Exam (ETS) Pass Rate

    No data available at this time.

  • Employment Rates in the Profession

    No data available at this time.

  • Graduation Rate

    No data available at this time.

Biola University is a nationally ranked Christian university in the heart of Southern California. Founded in 1908, Biola offers biblically centered education, intentional spiritual development and vocational preparation within a unique learning community where all faculty, staff and students are professing Christians who affirm the university’s doctrinal statement.

Biola’s Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program provides rigorous academic and clinical training of students who desire to become licensed, certified speech-language pathologists.

Why Pursue Speech-Language Pathology at Biola University?

  • Strong Theoretical Framework
    Students will receive rigorous instruction in current, relevant theoretical knowledge in order to develop curious, lifelong learners.

  • Excellence in Clinical Practice
    Students will be prepared for impactful clinical work with a variety of diverse populations through clinical experiences and the model of the work and witness of faculty and instructors.

  • Biblical Perspective
    Students will be taught from a Christian worldview in order to promote the fullest understanding of humankind and the world.

  • Impactful
    Students will connect their studies to contexts of life — equipping them to demonstrate love to people in their sphere of influence locally and globally and effectively engage in issues of our profession through research, publication and service.

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Alfred Ramirez

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