The Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology does not offer pre-requisite courses.
Please be aware that the Department of Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology designed this website to answer all questions any prospective student may have. Typical one-on-one advisement is not available at this time. Due to time constraints and the large influx of questions, all inquiries requesting a meeting with a department advisor will be referred back to this website.
Prospective Speech-Language Pathology students will find information here about admissions processes, listing of pre-requisite courses necessary to apply, program curriculum, etc.
Our next open house and information session will be mid-late Spring, 2017. Please check this website for updates about this event.
One of the Department's goals as a graduate program is to assist those who qualify to earn a master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology. The field of Speech-Language Pathology a growth field in the areas of health care and education. See the US Department of Labor's Bureau of Statistics for more information about job outlook for speech-language pathologists.
Important information is listed here regarding the requirements to become a matriculated, degree student.