Program Highlights

  • Still unsure? Explore the question, "who are Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists?"
  • Our program offers an exemplary academic program with a rich, eclectic, and diverse community
  • Students have an opportunity to earn both their Bachelor's and Masters degree with our 5 year accelerated track!
  • Earn 2 Bachelor's degrees with our Dual Degree program combining Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology & Spanish!
  • Explore our current curriculum and handbook to see what our program has in store





• Applicants must meet the admissions requirements indicated by Undergraduate Enrollment and the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders.

• A minimal overall GPA of 2.75 and 3.0 in major courses must be maintained while in the program.

• To qualify for the accelerated 5yr track students must maintain a 3.3 GPA overall and 3.5 in core courses during the first three undergraduate years.

• Students may also choose to complete the Dual Degree Program in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology & Spanish. Explore the curriculum here.

• Questions?  Call us at 269.471.6343 or email us at undergrad@andrews.edu.


How to apply

First step...

Students must apply by July 15 for Fall semester 

Second step...

Once a student has been officially accepted into Andrews University, as a Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Pre-Professional student, students must apply during the Spring Semester of the freshman year (for 5 year track) or sophomore year (for BS), to the BS program.



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Costs & What to Expect

Tuition & costs

To learn about tuition costs and scholarship opportunities please visit Student Financial Services and work with your respective financial advisor.

Additional note for Accelerated 5 year track students...

•Students accepted into the 5-year program during the second semester of their freshmen year are guaranteed a spot in the BS/MS program while continuing to meet outlined requirements.
• During the senior (fourth) year, students will complete the initial courses toward the MS degree.
• At the end of the senior year (fourth), students will graduate with a BS in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and their MS in Speech-Language Pathology at the end of their fifth year.

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