This master’s degree prepares you for eligibility for professional licensure as a speech-language pathologist. You'll learn methods of prevention, assessment, and intervention for people with communication and swallowing disorders, as well as how to integrate research principles into evidence-based clinical practice. An optional thesis is available for students interested in pursuing advanced research.Request Info
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Learn more about global study opportunities for students pursuing an MS in Communicative Sciences and Disorders in Lund, Sweden, and Accra, Ghana.
The master's thesis process provides an optional opportunity for you to work with a faculty mentor to develop and conduct original research.
Learn more about faculty research taking place in labs within our department and how you can get involved.