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Graduate students must complete academic courses designed to prepare them to evaluate and treat language, articulation, fluency and voice disorders as well as dysphagia, aphasia, traumatic brain injury and other communication disorders.  The program is designed to meet ASHA’s standards in preparation for applying for certification and has 43 academic hours and 18 clinical hours.  Students are required to write a research paper/case study and complete a comprehensive exam.  Full time students can complete the program in 6 semesters and start either in the summer or fall.  A slow track is available and begins only in the fall.  The links below show possible course offerings for each semester:

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Course Rotation Schedule (pdf)

Voice Evaluations

If you or any of your family members have any of the following voice problems, you can receive a voice evaluation and recommendations. Cost is $5.00.  More about “Voice Evaluations”...

Girl Scout Program

What does it take to communicate without speech? Learn about non-verbal communication and body language. More Information and Application Form (doc)

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