Program Overview

To Start, You Need:

Finishing Will Take:

  • Six semesters over two years 
  • 400 hours of a supervised clinical practicum
  • Completing a thesis or passing comprehensive written and oral examinations

You Can Begin Your Degree In:

  • Fall 2023

You Will Take Classes:

  • On campus

Where This Degree Can Take You:

What You Will Learn:

  • To function in the many and varied clinical situations
  • 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.

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