The Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders is a course of study that focuses on the biological, physiological, linguistic, and neurological bases of communication disorders, and a variety of communication disorders that might be present in an individual. You will have the option to pursue teaching certification with a Speech and Language Impairment (SB) endorsement. You will select a teachable minor if you are pursuing Secondary Certification.

What You Will Learn

You will gain an understanding of the theory of learning, from a neurological perspective, and engage in strong field experiences connecting theory to reality.

Opportunities

As a graduate of this program, your potential career paths include Speech-Language Pathologist, Speech-Language Educator, Clinical Supervisor, Special Education Instructor, Private Practitioner, and Speech Therapist.

At a Glance

  • Average 60-61 credit hours required
  • Average time to complete 2 years
  • Internship requirement is 2 full semesters
  • On Campus
  • Admission to this program is competitive
  • Meets ASHA Licensing Requirements

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