• MS in Speech-Language Pathology

  • Course Requirements

    Sixty-six (66) credits of coursework are required for the MS degree. Students must complete coursework in the sequence offered.

  • Year 1
  • Fall Year 1

    5002 Anatomy, Physiology of the Speech/Vocal Mechanism + Lab (4 credits)
    5003 Acoustics, Speech-Language Processing and Perception (3 credits)
    5111 Child Language Development and Usage (3 credits)
    5050 Introduction to Clinic for Speech-Language Pathology (1 credit)
    5004 Research Methods and Evidence-Based Practice (3 credits)
    5010 Master Clinician Observations (1 credit)

    Spring Year 1

    5113 Child Language Disorders 2 (3 credits)
    5012 Neuromotor Speech Disorders (3 credits)
    5121 Diagnostic Methods in Speech Language Pathology (2 credits)
    5122 Cognitive and Communication Disorders in Adults (3 credits)
    5090 Professional Issues/Topics in Speech-Language (may be repeated for credit) (1 credit)
    5114 Voice Disorders 1 (3 credits)

    Summer Year 1

    5081 Family Centered Counseling (3 credits)
    5051 Externship and Clinical Case Conferences (may be repeated for credit) (1 credit)
    5105 Feeding Across the Life Span, Part 1 (2 credits)

  • Year 2
  • Fall Year 2

    5117 Aphasia Rehabilitation (3 credits)
    5116 Fluency, Dysfluency and Stuttering (3 credits)
    5090 Professional Issues/Topics in Speech-Language (may be repeated for credit) (1 credit)
    5051 Externship and Clinical Case Conferences (may be repeated for credit) (1 credit)
    5180 Audiology for Speech-Language Pathologists (with lab) (4 credits)

    Spring Year 2

    5118 Craniofacial Anomalies (3 credits)
    5183 Speech and Language for the Hearing Impaired (3 credits)
    5182 Augmentative and Alternative Communication (3 credits)
    5151 Externship and Clinical Case Conferences (may be repeated for credit) (1 credit)
    5115 Alaryngeal Speech and Management of Laryngeal Cancers (2 credits)
    5900 Capstone Project (1 credit)

    Summer Year 2

    5051 Externship and Clinical Case Conferences (may be repeated for credit) (1 credit)
    5106 Feeding Across the Life Span, Part 2 (3 credits)
    5090 Professional Issues/Topics in Speech-Language (may be repeated for credit) (1 credit)

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