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Full time & Part time August MA Full-time: 2 years; part-time may be available.

About the course

The MA in Speech-Language Pathology for students with a BA in Speech-Language Pathology is a two-year, five semester program. The 42-credit program includes:

  • core courses on the scope of speech-language pathology practice,
  • clinical experience through a set of core practicum rotations in the Speech and Hearing Center, and
  • electives and externships to further specific interests in areas such as pediatric, medical, language disorders, voice disorders, or neurological communication disorders.

All students take the National Examination in Speech-Language Pathology (PRAXIS) during their last semester. Students may choose either a thesis or non-thesis option as part of the requirements of the graduate program.

Non-thesis option: Students register for 37 semester hours of course work and 5

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Entry Requirements

A bachelor's degree with a major in speech and hearing science or its equivalent. Applicants without a speech major may be considered for the post-baccalaureate program.


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Student Profile(s)

Victoria Laiter

“Serving diverse client populations in the clinic, along with multiple populations in externships, allowed me to flourish as a flexible clinician and problem-solver. ... I now feel equipped to serve multiple populations thanks to the resources, courses and mentorship I was given."


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