What's New in SLP at CSUSM?
The CSUSM Speech-Language Pathology Department has been awarded a training grant from
the Department of Education, Office of Special Education (OSEP). MS SLP admitted students
are eligible to apply for this grant. For more information, please view our OSEP Grant Brochure.
- Train students in prevention, assessment and intervention practices
- Prepare ethically responsible clinicians to make EBP clinical decisions
- Promote wellness in culturally and linguistically diverse populations within our community.
The MS in Speech-Language Pathology program will prepare students for practice in
the field of speech-language pathology. This program will prepare individuals to practice
across the entire scope of the field.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
At the end of the program, the Graduate students will be able to:
- Describe the nature of typical and disordered communication and swallowing across
- Integrate theory, research, and evidence-based principles into prevention, assessment,
and intervention practices.
- Interact and communicate in ways that promote wellness and reflect respect for diversity,
collaboration, and ethics.
- Demonstrate summative knowledge and skills necessary for entry-level practice within
the field of speech-language pathology through defense of a culminating experience.
Program At A Glance
- Cohort based program with a new cohort beginning each Fall
- 76-unit program designed to be completed in 5 consecutive semesters (including summer
- Program prepares students in prevention, assessment, and treatment of communication
and swallowing disorders across the lifespan for career readiness across multiple
- Program offers specialty clinics to maximize student exposure to speech-language pathology
- Includes 400 supervised hours in speech-language pathology in community based practice
to prepare participants for their career
- After successfully completing the program, the candidate will be eligible for state
licensure, CTC credentialing and ASHA certification
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