ASLP Academics & Degree Info:


The Department of Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology offers degree programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels:

 

ASLP Degrees


Audiology (AuD)
Audiology
Doctor of Audiology (AuD)
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Speech-Language Pathology (MS)
Speech-Language Pathology
Master of Science (MS)
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Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (BS)
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
Bachelor of Science (BS)
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Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Minor
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
Undergraduate Minor
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Student Outcome Data- Speech/Language Pathology


Admission Year # of Applications # Admitted & Matriculated % Admitted & Matriculated

Graduate Admissions Statistics

2019 263 41 15.6%
2020 290 44 15.2%
2021 234 45 19.2%
Admission Year

 GPA
(Mean ± 1SD)

GRE Verbal
(Mean ± 1SD)
GRE Quantitative
(Mean ± 1SD)
GRE Analytical Writing
(Mean ± 1SD)

Portfolios of Admitted Graduate Applicants

2019 3.84 ± 0.17 151 ± 5.25 149 ± 4.42 4.05 ± 0.58
2020 3.81 ± 0.21 152 ± 4.34 149 ± 3.91 4.02 ± 0.57
2021     3.85 ± 0.19    153 ± 4.55     156 ± 4.10        4.12 ± 0.44

Expectation for Length of Time to Complete the Degree Program

Coursework # of Academic Terms (Fall, Spring, Summer)
With CSD Undergraduate Major 5 Terms

Without CSD Undergraduate Major (Completion of Leveling Coursework Is Required Prior to Matriculation)

[Enrollment and successful performance in leveling coursework is documented as part of the graduate school application process, and all leveling courses must be successfully completed for the candidate to matriculate into the graduate program.]

7-8 Terms
Graduation Year # Completed Program within Expected Timeframe # Completed Program in More than Expected Timeframe # Did not Complete

Program Completion within Expected Number of Academic Terms

2020 38 (90.4%) 2 (4.8%) 2 (4.8%)
2021 40 (100%) 0 (0.0%) 1 (2.5%)
2022 43 (100%) 0 (0.0%) 1 (2.2%)

Graduation Year # of Students Graduated # of Students with a Job Employment Rate

Employment Rate in the Profession within One Year of Graduation

2019 41 39* 97.5%
2020 40 38** 95.0%
2021 40 39*** 97.5%

*2019 one student found a job outside of field. No response from one student
**2020 No response from two students
***2021 one student found a job outside of field

Year Praxis Taken # of Students Taking Exam # of Students Passing Exam Pass Rate

Praxis Exam Pass Rates

2019 41 41 100.0%
2020 40 40 100.0%
2021 39 39 100.0%
3-Year Average 39 39 100.0%

 

 

 

Student Outcome Data- Audiology


Admission Year # of Applications # Admitted & Matriculated % Admitted & Matriculated

Graduate Admissions Statistics

2019 83 12 14%
2020 69 12 17%
2021 70 12 17%
Admission Year

 GPA
(Mean ± 1SD)

GRE Verbal
(Mean ± 1SD)
GRE Quantitative
(Mean ± 1SD)
GRE Analytical Writing
(Mean ± 1SD)

Portfolios of Admitted Graduate Applicants

2019 3.7 ± 0.24 151.42 ± 4.60 151.25 ± 5.17 4.17 ± 0.49
2020
3.7 ± 0.29
151.83 ± 4.90 149.92 ± 4.50 4.04 ± 0.40
2021 3.71 ± 0.22 151.3 ± 4.84 147 ± 4.57 4.13 ± 0.43

     Expectation for Length of Time to Complete the Degree Program

Coursework # of Academic Terms (Fall, Spring, Summer)
With CSD Undergraduate Major 11 Terms

 


 

 

Graduation Year # Completed Program within Expected Timeframe # Completed Program in More than Expected Timeframe # Did not Complete

Program Completion Rates within Expected Number of Terms

2020 11 (100.0%) 0 (0.0%) 0 (0.0%)
2021 10 (100.0%) 0 (0.0%) 0 (0.0%)
2022 11 (100.0%) 0 (0.0%) 0 (0.0%)
Graduation Year # of Students Graduated # of Students with a Job Employment Rate (%)

Employment Rate in the Profession within One Year of Graduation

2019 9 8 88.9%
2020 11 11 100.0%
2021 10 10 100%

 


Year Praxis Taken # of Students Taking Exam # of Students Passing Exam Pass Rate (%)

Praxis Exam Pass Rates

2019 9 9 100.0%
2020 11 11 100.0%
2021 10 10 100.0%
3-Year Average 10 10 100.0%
Admission Year # Students Entering Degree Program # Students Seeking Funding # Students Awarded

Assistantship/Scholarship Awards upon Entering the Degree Program

2019 12 7 5
2020 12 10 4
2021 12 12 5

 

ASLP Online Courses


We’re excited you are interested in taking online courses here at UNT!

What we currently offer:

Courses: Summer 2021

Fall 2021

Spring 2021

ASLP 4035
Speech Sound Disorder*

 

X

X

ASLP 4040
Introduction to Language Disorders**

X

X

X

ASLP 4045
Basic Rehabilitative Audiology***

X

X

X

Prerequisite(s) for course enrollment (with the exception of if you are taking courses as a post-bac student):

*Requires ASLP 2020 and ASLP 3035 or equivalent. **Requires ASLP 3035 or equivalent. ***Requires ASLP 3040 or equivalent.

View all ASLP courses descriptions here.


Important Dates to Note:

Fall 2022 Calendar

To print a copy for your records click here.

Key Semester Dates Full Term August 29 - December 16 8 Week 1 Session August 29- October 21 8 Week 2 Session October 24-December 16
Schedule of Classes Available on myUNT March 7 March 7 March 7
Registration Opens
for specifics by student group/class: See spring registration guide at registrar.unt.edu/registration
March 21 March 21 March 21
Regular Registration Ends
Full Semester and 8WK1 registration closes at 4:30 p.m. and Tuition and Fees due by 5:00 p.m. 8WK2 registration closes at 11:30 a.m. and Tuition and Fees due by 12:00 p.m. See Student Accounting for payment deadlines.
Aug 25 Aug 25 Oct 20
Late Registration Begins - For Students not Registered for the Term
Students registering late will incur a late registration fee of $75. See Student Accounting for payment deadlines.
Full Semester & 8WK1 registration ends at 4:30 p.m. and Tuition and Fees due by 5 p.m.
8WK2 registration ends at 11:30 a.m. and Tuition and Fees due by 12 p.m.
Aug 26–Sep 2 Aug 26–Sep 2 Oct 21–28
Last Day to Withdraw from Entire Term on myUNT
Courses do not appear on the transcript. Eligible for 100% refund. After this date see Dean of Students to withdraw from the entire term.
Aug 28 Aug 28 Oct 23 if only 8WK2
Classes Begin Aug 29 Aug 29 Oct 24
Last Day to Add a Class Section
See Student Accounting for payment deadlines.
Sep 2 Sep 2 Oct 28
Census - Official Enrollment Determined
Last day to drop a course section to no longer appear on the official transcript and to receive a full refund for the course section. (Dropping courses may impact financial aid and degree completion. See advisors.)
Sep 12 Sep 3 Oct 29
Drop with a Grade of W Begins
Beginning this date students can drop a course with a grade of W. The course appears on the transcript with a grade of W and tuitions fees remain. (Dropping courses may impact financial aid and degree completion. See advisors.)
Sep 13 Sep 4 Oct 30
Last day to change to pass/no pass grade option (undergrads) Oct 7 Sep 16 Nov 11
Midpoint of the semester Oct 21 Sep 23 Nov 18
Last day for a student to drop a course or all courses
with a grade of W
Nov 18 Oct 7 Dec 2
First day to request a grade of Incomplete Nov 19 Oct 8 Dec 3
Pre-Finals Days Dec 7-8 NA NA
Last Regular Class Meeting Dec 8 Oct 20 Dec 15
Reading Day - No Classes Dec 9 NA NA
Final Exams Dec 10–16 Oct 21 Dec 16
Last Day Term Dec 16 Oct 21 Dec 16
University Grade Submission Deadline 4pm Dec 19 Oct 24 Dec 19
Grades/Academic Standing posted on the Official Transcript Dec 21 Dec 21 Dec 21
Course Enrollment Cost:

Texas (in-state) Residents:

If you live in the state of Texas, online courses typically cost the same amount as on-campus courses; the regular resident or non-resident tuition applies. View UNT’s Tuition and Fee Rates at http://studentaccounting.unt.edu/tuition-and-fees

Non-Texas (out-of-state) Residents:

If you currently reside out of state and do not have Texas residency, then an out-of-state teaching fee is assigned in lieu of tuition. (This fee is $384 per credit hour)

 

*If you are taking only online courses during the semester, several fees such as the student recreation center fee and student union fee are waived.

**Financial aid is not available to non-degree seeking students.

Get Started Now!

It's easy to apply.

Step 1: Fill out our online transient student application at applytexas.org and pay the application fee.

Step 2: Send an official transcript from your last college attended

 

What does it take to get in?

A minimum 2.00 GPA (4.0 system)

You are in good standing (eligible to return) to the last institution you attended

You are not on academic probation or suspension from that institution

You have taken the prerequisites needed for the course you wish to complete.

 

Steps to enroll in your ASLP online course(s):

Email us at aslp-online@unt.edu with

1) The course number of the class you are wishing to enroll in.

2) The semester you are wanting to take the class.

3) If applicable, a copy of your transcript (unofficial or official) from the college where you took the prerequisite course for verification.

*Coursework advising is done via email since these courses are online. 

 


We’re here to help.

Visit https://aslp.hps.unt.edu/aslp-online for additional information on enrolling in UNT's Audiology and Speech Language Pathology online courses or email aslp-online@unt.edu with specific questions or concerns.