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Hannah Benge

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Division of Health Sciences
School of Health Professions



  • ClinScD, Doctor of Clinical Science Speech-Language Pathology, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
  • MS, Rehab Sci/Communication Sciences & Disorders, Medical University of South Carolina
  • BA, Counseling, Bob Jones University


  • Anatomy of the Speech & Hearing Mechanism (CD 207)
  • Clinical Methods & Practicum I (SLP 650)
  • Externship I (SLP 654)
  • Foundations of Voice & Fluency Disorders (CD 404)
  • Independent Study (HS 326)
  • Independent Study (HS 325)
  • Neural Bases of Communication & Acquired Neural Disorders (SLP 608)
  • Neurogenic Language & Cognitive Disorders (CD 402)
  • Special Topics in Speech-Language Pathology (CD 405)
  • Speech & Hearing Science (CD 306)
  • Voice & Motor Speech Disorders (SLP 610)


A native of upstate South Carolina, Hannah Benge has a rich Christian and academic background as a result of attending K5 through secondary education at Bob Jones. She received a B.A. degree in Counseling from Bob Jones University in 2005. Two weeks after completing her bachelor’s degree, she began studying speech-language pathology at the Medical University of South Carolina. While at MUSC, an avid interest in working with a patient long term through complex issues such as those with Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, and voice disorders was fostered. In May of 2007, she received a M.S. in Rehabilitation Science: Communication Sciences and Disorders. Since returning to BJU, Hannah has worked with three year olds through 90 year olds. Her Counseling degree has prepared her well for the interpersonal nature of helping someone change their vocal, articulation, memory, social, or language habits. Her medical background serves to equip her teaching with a functional and anatomical basis. Hannah has a passion for teaching her subject matter and fostering both her clinical and academic clients to succeed.