Speech & Language
PathologyMaster of Science

University of New Haven’s M.S. in Speech and Language Pathology provides students with the knowledge and skill to help patients of all ages with communication disorders.

Why Speech and Language Pathology?

Speech and language pathologists assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent communication and swallowing problems in children and adults. Successful speech and language pathologists understand the scientific, social, and clinical aspects of communication and care for patients with disorders of articulation, language development, voice, swallowing, feeding and other issues. Graduates of these programs practice in a wide range of settings including:

  • Schools and other educational settings
  • Acute care hospitals
  • Long-term care and rehabilitation facilities
  • Clinics and doctors offices
  • Federally qualified health centers (FQHCs)
  • Skilled nursing facilities

The program consists of didactic and clinical coursework offered onsite, hybrid and fully online. Coursework is required in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters in a full-time year around program. Students will obtain approximately 400 hours of supervised clinical practice during the program. Future courses include:

  • Speech-Language Pathology Practice in Schools
  • Adult Neurogenic Disorders I & II
  • Disorders of Fluency
  • Voice and Velopharyngeal Disorders
  • Aural Rehabilitation
  • Research Methods and Evidence-Based Practice

Students must have completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution with a 3.0 GPA. Students should have completed the following prerequisites as an undergraduate: at least one semester of biology, physical sciences, statistics, and psychology.

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