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Steps to Obtaining a Second Bachelor’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
Steps to Obtaining a Second Bachelor's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
Southern University and A&M College
If you are a graduate of Southern University and A&M College
1. Apply for Readmission online and submit the $20 processing fee to either the cashier's office or to the Office of the Registrar (Money order or Cashier's Receipt ONLY)
2. Check email for confirmation that the application has been processed.
3. Be advised by the graduate program advisor - departmental approval required
4. Register for Classes
5. Pay tuition/fees
If you are a graduate of another University:
1. Apply online as a 'Transfer' Student
2. Submit the $20 processing fee to either the cashier's office or to the Office of the Registrar (Money order or Cashier's Receipt ONLY)
3. Submit copies of Official Transcripts from all post secondary schools attended.
4. Submit 'Immunization Records'
5. Submit 'Transfer Reference Sheet'
6. Await confirmation that the application has been processed.
7. Be advised by the graduate program advisor - departmental approval required.
8. Register for classes
9. Pay tuition/fees
Curriculum for the Second Bachelor of Science Degree in
Southern University Course # and Title
Total 37 Credits
SPAU 230 Phonetics (3)
SPAU 250 Speech and Language Development (3)
SPAU 260 Introduction to Communication Disorders (3)
SPAU 270 Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech/Hearing Mechanism (3)
SPAU280 Introduction to Audiology (3)
SPAU 310 Voice Science (3)
SPAU 320 Articulation Disorders (3)
SPAU 345 Aural Rehabilitation (3)
SPAU 365 Language Disorders (3)
SPAU 460 Disorders of Rhythm (Stuttering) (3)
SPAU 466 Diagnostic Methods in Speech Pathology (3)
SPAU 467 Clinical Lab/Speech-Hearing (1)
SPAU 468 Introduction to Clinical Practicum (3)
SPAU 000 Departmental Comprehensive Exam (0)
Note: In addition to the above SPAU courses, ASHA requires 12 credit hours in biological sciences, physical sciences, statistics, and behavioral/social sciences. All courses must be at the college level. Remedial courses are not accepted. A grade of "C" or better is required in each of these areas.
Note: In addition to the course work above, students obtaining a second bachelor's degree in Speech-Language Pathology are required to pass the departmental comprehensive examination in Speech-Language Pathology. Enrollment in SPAU 000 Departmental Comprehensive Examination is required.
Biological Sciences (3 credits)
Physical Sciences (3 credits)
Statistics (3 credits)
Behavioral/Social Sciences (3 credits)
NOTE: Any level of admission to the graduate program requires a bachelor's degree in speech-language pathology which must be completed by the date of projected enrollment. If an applicant holds a bachelor's degree in a discipline other than speech-language pathology, the applicant is required to complete a second bachelor's degree in speech-language pathology prior to admission to the graduate program. Students who anticipate applying for admission to the graduate program following completion of the second degree in speech-language pathology must meet the same GPA requirements as all other applicants (see above). Completion of the second bachelor's degree does not guarantee admission to the graduate program. Students who are considering the second degree in speech-language pathology are advised to consult with the graduate program director prior to enrolling in courses for this degree.
Formerly referred to as the "undergraduate prerequisite program" for applicants without the SLP bachelor's degree, this program has been re-organized into a second bachelor's degree in speech-language pathology. Additional information about the department is available on the departmental website at www.subr.edu/speechpathology. For further information, contact the graduate program director, Dr. Elaine Bremer Lewnau, at Elaine_Lewnau@subr.edu or 225-771-2570.
Dr. Elaine Bremer Lewnau, Chair and Graduate Program Director
Department of Speech-Language Pathology
College of Nursing and Allied Health
126 Blanks Hall
Ms. Crystal Bobo, Administrative Assistant
Department of Speech Language Pathology
College of Nursing and Allied Health
125 Blanks Hall