These online courses are the prerequisites you'll likely need to apply to a graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology.  We offer each of the nine available prerequisites during the fall, spring and summer semesters, plus a tenth course (Introduction to Clinical Practice) which is offered during the summer only. 

Longwood's bachelor's and master's degree programs in Communication Sciences are offered only on campus. We do not offer the BS or MS online.

The Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech-Language Pathology) at Longwood University is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

ASHA National Office 
2200 Research Boulevard
Rockville, MD 20850
(800)498-2071 or (301)296-5700
(2015 - 2023)

Use the links below to find more information about cost, deadlines and the enrollment process.

 

Courses

These courses are the prerequisites you'll probably need to apply to a graduate program in communication sciences and disorders:

  • Introduction to Communication Disorders
  • Language Development
  • Morphology and Syntax
  • Phonetics
  • Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing Mechanisms
  • Phonology and Language Disorders
  • Introduction to Audiology
  • Speech Science
  • Neurology in Human Communication
  • Introduction to Clinical Practice

View All Speech-Language Pathology Online Course Listing Descriptions. 

Costs

Tuition for SLP Online Courses

Fall 2019:

  • In-state: $280.00 per credit
  • Out-of-state: $355.00 per credit

Billing

Longwood sends eBills to your Longwood email account bills are not sent via regular mail. Be sure to check your Longwood email account regularly or set it to forward to an account you monitor frequently.

Financial Aid

Under specific conditions, financial aid is available. You must file a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Please contact Longwood’s Office of Financial Aid at finaid@longwood.edu, (434)395-2077 or toll-free at (800)281-4677 for more information.

Important Dates

Summer 2020

  • Online application opens February 14, 2020
  • Registration begins March 31, 2020
  • Online applications due by May 6, 2020 (latest that we can accept online applications for summer)
  • Courses begin May 10, 2020
  • Courses end August 15, 2020
  • Last day to add/drop is May 13, 2020 by 5 p.m. ET
  • Last day to withdraw with no academic penalty (all tuition and fee charges will still apply) is June 26, 2020

Fall 2020

  • Online application opens February 14, 2020
  • Registration begins March 31, 2020
  • Online applications due by August 19, 2020 (latest that we can accept online applications for summer)
  • Courses begin August 24, 2020
  • Courses end December 11, 2020
  • Last day to add/drop is August 31, 2020 by 5 p.m. ET
  • Last day to withdraw with no academic penalty (all tuition and fee charges will still apply) is November 4, 2020

Dropping A Course

If your plans change after registration, please drop the course promptly. Courses are in high demand and fill quickly.

Dropping a course by the add/drop deadline removes all tuition and fee charges.

How to Drop a Course Before the Add/Drop Deadline

Dropping via myLongwood

  • Access myLongwood and select the Student
  • Click on Planning and Registration under the Registration Tools
  • In the lower right corner of your screen, you’ll see a Summary of your courses
  • Click the dropdown beside the course and select Web Dropped
  • Click Submit
  • View your Student Detail Schedule under the Student tab to confirm you have successfully dropped the course(s).

Drop by the Add/Drop deadline

A Drop processed by the Add/Drop deadline removes tuition and fee charges.

How to Drop a Course with a Hold on Your Account

A hold is typically placed on your account if tuition charges have not been paid.

Withdrawing from a Course

Withdrawing from a course will result in receiving a grade of “W’ on your academic transcript. This grade does not have an impact on your GPA. All tuition and fee charges will still apply.

How to Withdraw from a Course Before the Deadline

Withdrawing from a course via myLongwood

  • Access myLongwood and select the Student tab
  • Click on Planning and Registration under the Registration Tools
  • In the lower right corner of your screen, you’ll see a Summary of your courses.
  • Click the Action dropdown beside the course and select Web Withdraw
  • Click Submit 

How to Withdraw from a Course with a Hold on Your Account

A hold is typically placed on your account if tuition charges have not been paid.

  • Complete the Course Withdrawal form
  • Submit the form to the Registrar’s Office
  • Confirm receipt of all materials by calling the Registrar’s Office at 434.395.2580 or by email at registrar@longwood.edu

How to Withdraw from a Course After the Deadline

Course withdrawal requests are considered for medical or other non-academic emergencies no later than noon on the last day of classes. All tuition and fee charges will still apply.

Please provide:

  • Written Request
    • Emailed course withdrawal request from your Longwood email account
    • Submit a written request via fax to (434)395-2750
  • Supporting documentation from a physical or another applicable source

FAQ's

I am registered, how do I access my course?

Longwood uses Canvas as its learning management system. You may begin attempting to access your course a few days early, but many instructors don’t open the course until the first day of class. Be sure to log in to your Longwood email at least twice a week OR have it forwarded automatically to an account you check frequently.

I have taken the required prerequisite at another college/university. I’m receiving a “Prerequisite and Test Score Error”. How do I register for my class?

If you would like to take a course that has a prerequisite and have taken the required prerequisite(s) at another college/university, please complete the SLP Prerequisite Waiver Request Form. Once received, we will review the request, along with your transcript, to determine prerequisite satisfaction. You will receive override notification via email.

Will taking these courses guarantee admission to Longwood’s SLP master’s program?

No. Please see Communication Sciences and Disorders, M.S. for additional information.

How do these courses impact my undergraduate GPA?

These courses will NOT impact your undergraduate GPA. If you are transferring these SLP Online courses to another college/university, please contact that institution to verify the impact your grade(s) may have on your GPA.

Is financial aid available for these SLP Online prerequisites?

Under specific conditions, financial aid is available. You must file a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

Please contact Longwood’s Office of Financial Aid at finaid@longwood.edu, (434)395-2077 or toll-free at (800)281-4677 for more information.