The curriculum of the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program has been carefully crafted to guide students in developing the knowledge and skills to be a successful speech-language pathologist (SLP) with a focus on the medical setting. The curriculum complements the natural progression of student learning across the program and during each semester. The flow of course programming has been specified to focus on the disorders most commonly treated in medical speech language pathology so that students can acquire that knowledge early in the program and have the remainder of the program to advance their knowledge and hone their clinical skills via their clinical rotations. By the completion of the first year, students will have had courses in the major disorders they will be responsible for and the remainder of the program will focus on specialized areas, research and further developing their clinical skills.
Program will begin Fall 2021.