Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
The ability to communicate is at the root of our humanity. The post-baccalaureate Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from LVC will let you help children and adults overcome a host of communication challenges.
Classes and guaranteed clinical experiences will give you the tools to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat children and adults with speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders.
Next start date: August 26, 2024
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Through coursework and clinical experiences in our CAA-accredited MSLP program, you’ll gain the skills to help individuals with autism, Alzheimer’s disease, swallowing disorders, and brain injuries build—or rebuild—the ability to communicate. You’ll cover caseload management, autism, several disorders, and more. Take 15-week fall and spring courses and seven-week summer courses. Speech-language pathology is an in-demand health profession—you are needed.
Experience That Speaks Volumes
Connections That Count
You’ll complete two off-campus internships: One at an educational setting and another in a healthcare setting. You’ll work with ASHA-certified speech-language pathologists in both settings as you develop vital clinical skills.
Serving Our Neighbors
Our on-campus Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders provides free treatment for children and adults—and invaluable experience for graduate students, who evaluate and treat patients while under the supervision of an ASHA-certified audiologist and speech-language pathologists. You’ll design treatment plans, use diagnostic tools, and work directly with clients.
Are you looking to gain experience while receiving a 25% tuition reduction during your first graduate year? If so, consider applying to the M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Fellowship program. Fellows are paired with an LVC mentor who guides the student through the required 10 hours per week of course/lab assistance, teaching, or research. The program director, fellow, and mentor develop a plan that meets the needs and career aspirations of the student. No one student follows the same path! If interested in being considered for the Fall Speech-Language Pathology fellowship program, submit an application. Applications will be reviewed as received. Decisions will be communicated by August 15 for a Fall enrollment start. Interested students can apply for the fellowship as part of the program application process. To learn more, please contact Dr. Michelle Scesa, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Their Words
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Get to know MSLP faculty and students, tour the campus and our state-of-the-art facilities and learn more about the graduate program during a personalized campus visit. Contact Graduate & Professional Studies to schedule your visit.