Tuition & Fees

The Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology, a cohort program, accepts students into a group which starts and moves through the program together.  Program fees are integrated into the price of tuition for cohort programs. Tuition does not change as long as the student remains part of the cohort. If a student takes a leave of absence, the student pays the tuition charged to the new entering cohort. The tuition for the program is divided across each semester regardless of how many credits are taken by the student. 

Cohort Entering Fall 2017

Tuition is $10,901 per term, and is based on completing the degree in five (5) terms including one summer.

While tuition is the main expense in attending a graduate program, additional expenses should be taken into consideration. In order to be best financially prepared for attending our speech language pathology graduate program we provide an outline of expected additional expenses for students attending our program. Some of these expenses incurred are from mandatory items and requirements associated with the clinical work you will complete as part of the program. Some of these expenses are estimates based on typical student experiences and costs. Your choice of housing, dining, and/or transportation options, along with your personal expenses can have a significant impact on your total expenses.

Additional Expenses for the First Year of the Program (Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms):

Expense Living Off-Campus
Books & Supplies $1,700
Personal Expenses $1,150
Miscellaneous** $333
Room & Board $10,700
Federal Loan Fee $219
Transportation $1,050
TOTAL ADDITIONAL EXPENSES $15,152

 

Estimated Additional Expenses for the Second Year of the Program (Fall and Spring Terms):

Expense Living Off-Campus
Books & Supplies $1,000
Personal Expenses $1,800
Miscellaneous*** $192
Room & Board $8,350
Federal Loan Fee $219
Transportation $2,000
TOTAL ADDITIONAL EXPENSES $13,811

**Miscellaneous expenses in year one include costs associated with background checks, immunizations required, CPR training, liability coverage, and other materials required prior to the start of clinical work in the program. You can expect to pay these costs in the first semester of the program. 

***Miscellaneous expenses in year two include costs associated with background checks, immunizations (Flu shot), TB test, required liability coverage and other materials required for clinical work in the second year.