MA Program for those with Non-Speech Undergraduate Degrees
The MA in Speech-language Pathology for non-speech undergraduate degrees, known as the Post-Baccalaureate Program, was designed for persons wishing to enter the profession of speech-language pathology, but whose undergraduate major was in another field.
Completion of the Post-Baccalaureate Program, including the master's degree, usually requires 33 months of full-time study.
Conditional Admission and Prerequisite Courses
Students wishing to participate in the Post-Baccalaureate Program apply to the master's degree program and may be granted "conditional admission" to the graduate program. Conditional admission requires that students complete eight prerequisite courses (scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays).
Completion of this program, including the master's degree, requires seven semesters of full-time study. Any questions about admission into the Post-Baccalaureate Program can be directed to Professor Michael Bamdad at email@example.com, the Chair of Admissions.
SPHR Typical Course of Post-Baccalaureate Study (As of Fall 2015), not yet updated on the University Course Bulletin.
FALL SEMESTER 1
SPRING SEMESTER 1
SPHR 2106 Anatomy and Physiology for Speech & Hearing lI (3)
SPHR 2108 Introduction to Audiology (3)
SPHR 4119 Analysis & Modification of Communication Disorders (Clinical Methods) (3)
SPHR 2131 Language Acquisition and Development (3)
You will complete 25 clinical clock hours of supervised observation during this year.
Courses Required by ASHA at Undergraduate Level (for those who will apply to graduate school in speech-language pathology):
3 credits of Biological Sciences
3 credits of Physical Sciences (typically Chemistry or Physics)
3 credits of Statistics
3 credits of Social/Behavioral Science
SUMMER SEMESTER 1
FALL SEMESTER 2
You join the "first year" class and take the graduate program curriculum