United States Masters in Communication Sciences & Disorders MA/MS
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- Fairfield, CTFairfield, CT
Sacred Heart University
Two year master's program in SLP as well as 3 year post-bacc. program for those who need the speech background.
- Twin Cities, MNTwin Cities, MN
University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota offers programs leading to Master's Degrees with emphasis in either Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology, and Doctoral D...
- Bloomington, INBloomington, IN
- Akron, OHAkron, OH
University of Akron
The Program in speech pathology is designed to lead to professional licensure by the State of Ohio Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology...
- Buffalo, NYBuffalo, NY
Buffalo State College (S.U.N.Y.)
Master's degree program in Speech-Language Pathology accepts 24 full-time students per year with summer or fall beginning date. Application deadline (...
- Columbus, OHColumbus, OH
Ohio State University
MA program accredited by ASHA CAA and PSB in Audiology and SLP. Traditional Ph.D. program with two tracks - clinical investigator or laboratory scientist.
- Lawrence, INLawrence, IN
University of Kansas
or contact:Department of Speech-Language-Hearing, 3031 Dole, Lawrence, KS 66044Established in 1955, the University of Kansas Intercampus Program in Communicative Disorders combines the faculty, research facilities, and clinical training components of tw...
- Edinburg, TXEdinburg, TX
University of Texas-Pan American
Unique accredited master's program with opportunities for bilingual/bicultural learning...
- Allendale, MIAllendale, MI
Grand Valley State University
Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology...
- Salt Lake City, UTSalt Lake City, UT
University of Utah
We provide undergraduate and graduate training in speech and language pathology and audiology.
- University Park, PAUniversity Park, PA
Pennsylvania State University
The program helps prepare students to work with people who have speech, language, and/or hearing disabilities.
- San Juan, PRSan Juan, PR
University of Puerto Rico
- Nacogdoches, TXNacogdoches, TX
Stephen F Austin State University
The Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology is the minimum requirement for independent professional practice in the field.
- Minot, MAMinot, MA
Minot State University
The Department of Communication Disorders trains professionals in the areas of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.
- Union, NJUnion, NJ
This master's degree program in speech-language pathology is designed to prepare students for professional positions as Speech-Language Pathologists.
- Durham, NCDurham, NC
North Carolina Central University
Applicants submit two-page statement describing interest in speech and hearing sciences, relevant experience, plan of study, and long term goals.
- Spearfish, SDSpearfish, SD
Black Hills State University
- Mankato, MNMankato, MN
Minnesota State University - Mankato
- Moorhead, MSMoorhead, MS
Minnesota State University - Moorhead
This Master's degree fulfills academic and clinical requirements established by ASHA for the Certificate of Clinical Competence.
- Columbus, ARColumbus, AR
Mississippi University For Women
The graduate program offers a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Theprogram has been awarded candidacy status by the American Spee...
- Oxford, OHOxford, OH
Speech-Language Pathology students develop theoretical and applied scientific skills to prevent, assess and treat communication disorders...
- Orlando, FLOrlando, FL
University of Central Florida
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers three plans of study leading to the Master of Arts degree: the Traditional, Consortium (summers mainly) and Accelerated programs. Each track is intended for those interested in working with c...
- Rock Hill, SCRock Hill, SC
Degree prepares the educational leader to deliver family-centered services for families and their children with disabilities.