• MS in Speech-Language Pathology


  • About

    Yeshiva University is seeking to offer a new Master of Science Program in Speech-Language Pathology, and is seeking status as an applicant for accreditation candidacy with the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA). The program leads to the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and licensure in the state of New York. The program will be offered primarily on the Wilf Campus in Manhattan, in cooperation with Albert Einstein College of Medicine campus and the Montefiore Medical Center, with distinguished faculty in speech-language pathology, audiology and medicine.

    The MS degree program in speech-language pathology provides academic and clinical education. The program spans 5 semesters (fall, spring, summer, fall, spring). Throughout the program, a variety of clinical training venues are available through the Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University, as well as clinical training in the New York City region.

    Vision of the Program

    The Program was created to expand the current educational and clinical training opportunities existing at the undergraduate speech-language pathology and audiology program (Stern College for Women), to address the deficit of available medical speech-language pathology programs, and to serve the specific population of the Washington Heights and Bronx region of New York City.

    Mission of the Program

    The mission of the Graduate Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders is to prepare speech-language pathology clinicians to serve as qualified, knowledgeable, and ethical practitioners ready for employment in diverse health-care settings, including the medical speech-language pathology.

    Student Learning Goals

    Goal 1: Students will demonstrate principles and methods of prevention, assessment, and intervention for people with communication and swallowing disorders, including consideration of anatomical/physiological, psychological, developmental, and linguistic and cultural correlates.
    Subgoal 1A: Graduate students in speech-language pathology will be able to evaluate communication and swallow function.
    Subgoal 1B: Graduate students will be able to develop appropriate treatment plans for communication and swallow disorders.
    Subgoal 1C: Graduate students will be able to conduct research accounting in culturally, ethnically, socioeconomically, geographically, and otherwise diverse groups.

    Goal 2: Students will demonstrate knowledge of contemporary professional issues and be able to produce research capable of contributing to the scientific body of knowledge in the field of speech-language pathology applied to diverse disorders and healthcare settings.

    Goal 3: Students will demonstrate standards of ethical conduct and will be able to apply necessary professional standards and ethics in their clinical work and research.  

     

    For more information, please contact

    Director
    Linda Carroll, PhD, CCC-SLP
    Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology 
    linda.carroll@yu.edu

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