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Nova Southeastern University offers a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. The specialized concentration in Speech-Language Pathology is designed for practicing language therapists working in many clerical and non-clerical settings. The advanced curriculum introduces students to an emphasis in the areas of administration and supervision. Students earning an advanced degree, in addition to the understanding administration and supervision skills will excel in responsibilities of evaluation and comprehension of technology. The learned best practices can be applied to solve real problems in the challenging and rewarding education workplace. A masters program focuses on developing scientifically trained and clinically experienced speech pathologists as leaders.
Course content of the online graduate program is research-based and prepares students to meet the requirements for the Certificate of Clinical Competence, and the Certificate of Clinical Competence awarded by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). The master's in speech-language pathology (SLP) is also accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of ASHA. Students can be agents of change in current or new therapists and speech education programs by using the newly acquired knowledge of social, political, and economic forces that combine in a society. A cumulative 52-credit-hour program is comprised of the essential concepts needed to excel in the field. The core coursework includes topics of:
Differential Diagnosis of Language and Speech Disorders
Language and Learning Disabilities
Language Disorders in Adults
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Motor Speech Disorders
Research Methods in Speech Language Pathology
Technological Applications in CSD (required attendance at the South Florida Main Campus)
Multicultural and Counseling Issues
Graduates will use the new formal education of speech-language pathologies in schools, hospitals, universities, skilled nursing facilities, private practice, nursing homes, or rehabilitation centers. Successful graduates can use the master’s degree as the foundation for further educational goals in the pursuit of a doctoral degree.
Students must have a bachelor’s degree by a regionally accredited institution (minimum overall 3.0 grade point average required).
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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