To Start, You Need:
- A degree from a regionally accredited undergraduate institution. The most competitive candidates will have an overall GPA of at least 3.0.
- An undergraduate communication sciences and disorders degree or completion of select prerequisite courses (or equivalents).
- GRE test scores
Finishing Will Take:
- Five semesters over two years
- Includes one summer term between the first and second year
- 400 hours of a supervised clinical practicum
- Completing a thesis or passing comprehensive written and oral examinations
You Can Begin Your Degree In:
- Fall 2021
You Will Take Classes:
- On campus
Where This Degree Can Take You:
- Into any business or field that needs qualified speech language pathologists, such as education and healthcare settings and organizations
- Into a speech language pathology doctoral program
What You Will Learn:
- To function in the many and varied clinical situations, including:
- The knowledge and skills needed to serve a diverse client base
- The knowledge, skills, and reflective practices necessary for entry-level speech language pathologists
Additional Opportunities: Dual Degree
The Master of Science (M.S.) in Speech Language Pathology and the Master of Autism Studies dual degree program will provide you with an opportunity to become eligible as a licensed and certified speech language pathologist while gaining expertise in autism and enjoying a savings of cost and time compared to completing each degree separately. New cohorts start each summer and the program can be completed in three years.