Imagine the satisfaction of helping a child overcome chronic stuttering or assisting a stroke patient to speak more clearly. With the specialized, advanced training provided by the 58-credit Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology you will be equipped for a career diagnosing and treating a wide range of speech, language and hearing disorders.
Courses examine all facets of the field, including the voice, stuttering, motor speech and swallowing disorders; aural rehabilitation; language impairments and neurogenic communication disorders through the lifespan.
This highly competitive M.A. program is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). As a prerequisite for admittance, an undergraduate degree in communication sciences and disorders is preferred, but a background in another area will be considered. In addition to ASHA-certification, the program meets the requirements for New York State licensure and New York State teacher certification.
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