Graduate Speech-Language Pathology Suggested Course Sequence

First year - fall

Credits

SLP 5250 Advanced Anatomy and Physiology

3

SLP 5270 Diagnosis in Communication Disorders

2

SLP 5280 Neurological Bases of Communication

3

SLP 5500 Research Methods in Communication Disorders

3

SLP 5890 Psycholinguistic Models of Cognition and Communication

3

Total credits

14

First year - winter

Credits

SLP 5900 Clinical Practicum: Assessment

1

Total credits

1

First year - spring

Credits

SLP 5210 Seminar: Professional Ethics and Issues

2

SLP 5450 Dysphagia

3

SLP 5700 Language Disorders in Children

3

SLP 5850 Acquired Neurogenic Disorders

3

SLP 5910 Clinical Practicum I

2

Total credits

13

First year - summer

Credits

SLP 5200  Seminar: in Clinical Intervention: Social and Cultural Diversity

2

SLP 5310 Seminar: Clinical Instrumentation in Communication Disorders

1

Total credits

3

Second year - fall

Credits

SLP5260 Voice Disorders

3

SLP 5300 Audiology

3

SLP 5400 Motor Speech Disorders

3

SLP 5800 Speech and Phonological Disorders in Children

3

SLP 5911 Clinical Practicum II

1

Total Credits

13

Second year - spring

Credits

SLP 5350 Aural Rehabilitation

3

SLP 5360 Communication Modalities

2

SLP 5410 Augmentative and ALternative Communication

3

SLP 5820 Fluency

3

SLP 5912 Clinical Practicum III

1

Total credits

12

 

Speech Pathology By The Numbers

7

Highly-trained professional

faculty members

100%

Pass rate for the national

certification exam

4

average score on the

writing section of the GRE

100%

engage in independent

research

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