|Plan of Study||
Estimated Time to Complete the Program
None/some foundation courses already taken
All foundation courses already taken
|Pre-Fall 2022 Bilingual Extension Track||7-8 semesters|
|Fall 2022 Bilingual Extension Track and Beyond||6-8 semesters|
|Once accepted, please refer to your MS Guide and your Plan of Study for specific information.|
Can you approve my foundation courses prior to my acceptance?
If admitted and once you deposit, you will begin to receive communication via email surrounding the advising process which included reviewing your foundation courses, discussing your interests, and creating your plan of study.
What is the intensive track?
If you enter the program with all foundation courses and 25 observation hours completed prior to the start of the fall semester, you may be able to create a plan of study that is five semesters long. However, please note that every year we do have some students who start on the 5-semester plan and choose to switch to a 6-semester plan for a number of reasons.
Does your program cover both educational and medical speech-language pathology?
Yes! Our program is single-track and designed to provide academic and clinical training using a life-course perspective to train students to become generalist practitioners. Determination of a student’s field placement depends on many factors: knowledge, skills, performance in certain courses, performance in the department’s clinic, academic schedule, etc.
I am interested in working with one of the CSD faculty in their research labs. How can I express my interest? Can I get paid?
Once accepted, you can email the professor you are interested in working with to see if they have any volunteer opportunities. Paid positions are typically set-up on an individual basis, usually after a student has spent some time in the faculty member’s lab. Some faculty members have open lab meetings or have journal clubs.
Does NYU offer scholarships?
For information surrounding scholarships and financial aid, please contact the NYU Office of Financial Aid.
NYU Office of Financial Aid
383 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003-7011