Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology Curriculum
The MS-SLP curriculum consists of 66 semester credit hours taken over 2 years (5 semesters) of study. The program is unique in its curricular specification and application of knowledge within a community-based clinical training framework. Training in a health science campus environment with direct access and constant exposure to the medical community provides graduates with medically-based training to serve children and adults with health care and educational needs.
Students in the program will gain supervised clinical experiences adequate in breadth and depth to achieve knowledge and skill outcomes in preparation for entry-level practice. Students will be required to complete a minimum of 400 supervised clinical hours obtained from culturally diverse settings to be eligible to apply for ASHA’s Certificate of Conical Competence (CCC).