Clinical and Professional Studies
Scholarships
  • Two graduate assistantships are available.

Speech - Language Pathology

Master of Education
Program Strengths
  • National Certification by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • Comprehensive studies across the curriculum
  • Above national average for pass rates on PRAXIS II
  • Small classes, with good teacher-student interaction and ratio  
Special Opportunities
  • Students receive extensive clinical training in various settings (on-campus clinic, hospitals, nursing homes, home health, outpatient clinics and school districts) in small, closely supervised learning environments
Job Opportunities
  • Graduates may work in hospitals, schools or private/public clinics or agencies.
  • Most graduates are offered two or more positions upon program completion and successful posting of PRAXIS II test scores.  
Organizations
  • National Student Speech-Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
  • Operation Smile
Facilities
  • Facilities include a well-established clinic complete with therapy and observation suites, each equipped with video recording and closed circuit monitoring systems.
Faculty Specialties/Interests
  • Research among linguistically diverse populations
  • Hearing conservation for industrial employees
  • Prevention issues
  • Evidence-based clinical delivery systems
  • Membership in national committees