Speech-Language Pathology

Graduate Admission Contact

(440) 826-8012, graduate@bw.edu

Kate Glaser
Associate Director of Admission
(440) 826-8016, kglaser@bw.edu

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Applications Now Being Accepted for the Fall 2022 Cohort

The application cycle for the Fall 2022 cohort is now open in CSDCAS. To be considered for admission, applications must be verified in CSDCAS by February 15, 2022. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with preferred review beginning in December. Candidates are encouraged to apply early.

Baldwin Wallace's two-year Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) program provides integrated learning that combines classroom rigor with comprehensive clinical practice, leading to a professional career as a speech therapist in a variety of healthcare, education, agency and private practice settings. 100% of BW's SLP graduates have passed the Praxis exam prior to graduation and have launched rewarding careers in Ohio and nationwide.

Located in Northeast Ohio — a nationally recognized center for the healthcare industry — BW provides exceptional opportunities for clinical practice that incorporate a wide range of communication disorders, ages and settings. Baldwin Wallace is home to the only free speech clinic in the Greater Cleveland area. With a commitment to global literacy, BW SLP students travel with their classmates to Zambia, Africa, to observe, work and collaborate with local practitioners.