Communication Sciences and Disorders, MS

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Southeastern's Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate program facilitates learning in the areas of normal and disordered communication processes. Students gain awareness of communication differences within multicultural environments and understand the importance of basic and applied research to expanding the profession's knowledge base. They also learn to provide ethical, competent and caring clinical services. Graduates of the program are eligible to obtain state licensure and national certification as speech-language pathologists.


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Accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-language Pathology (CAA) Master of Science, Speech-language Pathology

Diverse clinical opportunities, including an on-site teaching clinic that serves the region

Program Requirements

Thesis and non-thesis options

Students must satisfactorily complete a comprehensive examination or complete at least six hours of CSD 770 with a grade of P; thesis is considered an appropriate substitute for the comprehensive examination

Clinical coursework, including 400 clock hours of clinical experience, is required for American Speech-Language-Hearing Association certification and licensure

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What Can You Be?

Types of Jobs

Speech-language pathologist

Types of Employers

Home health agencies

Hospitals and rehabilitation centers

Contact Us

Campbell Hall, Room 102

SLU Box 10879
Hammond, LA 70402

(985) 549-2214


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