Contact Information

Speech-Language Pathology
1000 Hempstead Ave.
Wilbur Arts Building, W-107
Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002 516.323.3518

Degree Details

Students must complete a minimum of 56 hours of graduate coursework to be eligible for a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology.


SLP520 Seminar in Clinical Intervention: Social and Cultural Diversity (2 credits)
SLP521 Seminar: Professional Ethics and Issues (2 credits)
SLP525 Advanced Anatomy and Physiology (3 credits)
SLP526 Voice Disorders (3 credits)
SLP527 Diagnosis in Communication Disorders (2 credits)
SLP528 Neurological Bases of Communication (3 credits)
SLP530 Audiology (3 credits)
SLP531 Seminar: Clinical Instrumentation in Communication Disorders (3 credits)
SLP535 Aural Rehabilitation (3 credits)
SLP536 Communication Modalities: Motor Speech Disorders (3 credits)
SLP541 Augmented and Alternate (3 credits)
SLP545 Dysphagia (3 credits)
SLP550 Research Methods in Communication Disorders (3 credits)
SLP570 Language Disorders in Children (3 credits)
SLP580 Speech and Phonological Disorders in Children (3 credits)
SLP582 Fluency (3 credits)
SLP585 Acquired Neurogenic Disorders (3 credits)
SLP589 Psycholinguistic Models of Cognition and Communication (3 credits)
SLP590 Clinical Practicum in Assessment (1 credit)
SLP592 Clinical Practicum 1 (2 credits)
SLP593 Clinical Practicum 2 (1 credit)
SLP595 Clinical Practicum 3 (1 credit)

Total: 56 credits

Professional Credentialing

In order to become clinically certified as a speech-language pathologist, candidates must earn a graduate degree, successfully complete the required clinical experiences (during academic preparation and as a post-graduate fellow) and pass a national examination (PRAXIS). Additionally, speech-language pathologists must also meet professional state regulatory (licensure or education certification) standards. The Molloy College masters program prepares students with the necessary coursework and clinical experience for clinical certification by the Council for Clinical Certification (CFCC) of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) as a speech-language pathologist, as well as professional licensure in New York State.

Refer to the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) website for additional information:

Refer to the New York State Education Department Office of Professions for additional information regarding state credentialing: