Shenandoah University’s speech-language pathology graduate programs prepare you professionally for diverse clinical positions.
The Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology at Shenandoah is part of the Shenandoah University Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders, which has a mission to educate, inspire, and equip culturally responsive future speech-language pathologists, to ultimately improve the communication, swallowing, education and overall health of individuals and communities.
This program is approved by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Applications for Shenandoah University’s Speech-Language Pathology Program are completed and verified utilizing the Communication Science and Disorders Centralized Application Service (CSDCAS). Please review the CSDCAS Applicant Help Center for more details about the deadline, application form, and admission requirements.
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February 15, 2024
- A completed bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 grade scale.
- Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (or currently attending) directly to CSDCAS.
- Prerequisites must be completed at the college level with a “B” or better before admission to the MSSLP program:
- Biological Science
- Physical Science
- Social/Behavioral Science (psychology, sociology, anthropology, public health can meet this prerequisite)
- Introduction to Communication Disorders
- Speech and Hearing Anatomy and Physiology
- Normal Speech and Language Development
- Introduction to Audiology
- Speech Science
- Obtain a minimum of 25 hours of guided clinical observation under a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist(s) (CCC-SLP).
- Submit three letters of recommendations that indicate applicant’s ability to participate in the rigors of graduate school as well as the traits applicants possess to be a future allied health practitioner. This includes persons that were the applicant’s: former or current professors, research supervisors, clinical supervisors or ASHA certified Speech pathologist that can speak to your characteristics, skills and abilities.
- Applicants may be asked to respond in writing to one or two questions that reflect their interest and goals in the profession.
- Students that meet academic requirements may be invited to participate in an interview.
- Receive all immunizations required for students in Shenandoah University’s School of Health Professions programs, unless you have an approved exemption. The exemption request form is available at su.edu.
- International students may be required to meet additional requirements.
We strongly recommend that all eligible students submit a FAFSA to the Shenandoah University Office of Financial Aid.
Questions? Contact the Office of Graduate Admissions
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