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Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology curriculum

The Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program is designed to be an eight-term, 84-credit curriculum that is  completed in two years, including two summer, fall, January, and spring semesters. Each course and each clinical experience are offered only one time annually. The typical course schedule follows:

Summer Semester 1 (8 credits)
SLP-500: Clinical Seminar 1 (1)
SLP-501: Graduate Practicum 1 (3)
SLP-510: Counseling & Professional Issues (4)

Fall Semester 1 (20 credits)
SLP-502: Clinical Seminar 2 (1)
SLP-503: Graduate Practicum 2 (3)
SLP-520: Advanced Speech Sound Disorders (4)
SLP-522: Advanced Language & Literacy Disorders (4)
SLP-524: Multicultural Perspectives & Clinical Practice in CSD (4)
SLP-526: Motor Speech Disorders (4)

January Term 1 (4 credits)
SLP-530: Diagnostics (4)

Spring Semester 1 (20 credits)
SLP-504: Clinical Seminar 3 (1)
SLP-505: Graduate Practicum 3 (3)
SLP-540: Aphasia (4)
SLP-542: Dysphagia (4)SLP-584: Autism Spectrum Disorders (2)
SLP-586: Augmentative & Alternative Communication (2)

Summer Term 2 (8 credits)
SLP-506: Clinical Seminar 4 (1)
SLP-507 Graduate Practicum 4 (3)
SLP-550: Fluency Disorders (2)
SLP-552: Advanced Research Methods (2)

Fall Semester 2 (12 credits)
SLP-508: Externship-Pediatrics OR SLP-509: Externship-Adults (8)
SLP-560: Acquired Cognitive Communication Disorders (4)

January Term 2 (0 credits)
SLP-570: Comprehensive Examination (0)

Spring Semester 2 (12 credits)
SLP-508: Externship-Pediatrics OR SLP-509: Externship-Adults (8)
SLP-580: Low Incidence Disorders (2)
SLP-582: Voice Disorders (2)