Communication Sciences & Disorders M.S.
Because of our location, you will receive excellent clinical experience. Our faculty's commitment to you will give you an exceptional learning environment.
Our cohorts of 30-32 students begin in the Fall semester. They receive individual attention and work together through the year.
- Implement best practices in the profession
- Communicate effectively with colleagues and clients
- Work collaboratively with other professionals who serve individuals with communication disorders and their families
- Pursue opportunities for advanced degrees
During off-campus internships, you are placed at a school and an adult medical setting for one semester, respectively. Internships are full-time, Monday - Friday throughout the entire semester.
- Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university
- GPA ≥ 3.0
- Interested in working with people who have communication and swallowing disorders in schools, medical settings and private practice
- Ability to be a full-time student
- A minimum of 63 semester hours is required with a CSD bachelor's degree
- A minimum of 90 semester hours is required without a CSD bachelor's degree
- 63 semester hours = 6 semesters or 2 years
- 90 semester hours = 9 semesters or 3 years
Course Description and Classes
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