Speech-Language Pathology, MS

Adhering to the highest professional standards, the speech-language pathology (SLP) graduate program seeks to prepare future speech-language pathologists for the rigors of clinical practice in educational and healthcare settings. Graduates of the program will influence society in profound ways—for example, enabling children with autism to communicate effectively, relieving adolescents’ fears of speaking dysfluently in the classroom, and helping stroke survivors resume activities in which they had previously participated. The comprehensive program of study emphasizes teamwork and interdisciplinary approaches to complex service delivery issues. SLP graduate students acquire the knowledge and skills needed for a lifetime of professional achievement and social contribution.

Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Core Requirements

A grade of B or higher is required in each course.

Requires 31 semester hours:
SLPA 5201Diagnostic Testing in Speech-Language Pathology1
SLPA 6219Aural Rehabilitation (or elective)3-4
SLPA 6303Stuttering3
SLPA 6304Augmentative and Alternative Communication3
SLPA 6305Articulation and Phonology3
SLPA 6306Speech-Language Disorders in Children3
SLPA 6307Voice Disorders3
SLPA 6308Dysphagia3
SLPA 6309Speech-Language Disorders in Adults3
SLPA 6321Motor Speech Disorders3
SLPA 6330Language Literacy 10.5
SLPA 6337Language Literacy Experiential Program0.5
SLPA 6338Language Literacy 22
SLPA 5109Neurology of Communication3
SLPA 6301Speech Science3
SLPA 6211Research and Evidence-Based Practice3
SLPA 6420Practical Statistics for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology3
SLPA 6415Speech-Language Pathology Advanced Clinical Practicum 13
SLPA 6416Speech-Language Pathology Advanced Clinical Practicum 22
SLPA 6417Speech-Language Pathology Advanced Clinical Practicum 32
SLPA 6418Speech-Language Pathology Advanced Clinical Practicum 42

Program Credit/GPA Requirements

52 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required