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MS-SLP Curriculum

MS-SLP Sample Curriculum

Master of Science SLP Students with Background in CSD

Year 1 (FALL)*

  • Physiological Bases of Communication I
  • Research Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Clinical Principles & Procedures
  • Child Language Impairments I & IIa
  • Articulation Disorders & Phonetics
  • Clinical Practicum

Year 1 (SPRING)*

  • Dysphagia
  • Physiological Bases of Communication I
  • Aphasia
  • Child Language Impairments IIb & III
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Clinical Practicum

Year 1 (SUMMER)*

  • Motor Speech Disorders
  • Voice Disorders
  • Craniofacial Anomalies
  • Clinical Practicum

Year 2 (FALL)*

  • Acoustics & Perception
  • Stuttering Communication in Autism
  • Augmentative & Alternative Communication
  • Clinical Practicum

Year 2 (SPRING)*

  • Family-Centered Counseling
  • Professional Issues
  • Clinical Externship

Master of Science SLP Students without Background

Year 1 (FALL)*

  • Physiological Bases of Communication I
  • Research Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Child Language Acquisition
  • Clinical Principles & Procedures
  • Articulation Disorders & Phonetics
  • Clinical Practicum

Year 1 (SPRING)*

  • Physiological Bases of Communication II
  • Aphasia
  • Dysphagia
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Clinical Practicum

Year 1 (SUMMER)*

  • Pediatric Feeding & Swallowing Disorders
  • Motor Speech Disorders
  • Voice Disorders
  • Craniofacial Anomalies
  • Clinical Practicum

Year 2 (FALL)*

  • Augmentative & Alternative Communication
  • Acoustics & Perception
  • Child Language Impairments I & IIa
  • Stuttering Communication in Autism
  • Clinical Practicum

YEAR 2 (SPRING)*

  • Child Language Impairments IIb & III
  • Professional Issues
  • Family-Centered Counseling & Interviewing
  • Clinical Practicum
  • Aural Rehab for Children

YEAR 2 (SUMMER)*

  • Clinical Externship

*Practicum and Clinical Case Conference Enrollment

Determination of whether or not you will be with or without background in CSD depends on your undergraduate level courses and will be reviewed once you meet with your advisor during Orientation.

Curriculum subject to change.