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The on-campus venue admits students in summer and fall each year and provides classes in the evening as well as clinical experiences during the day throughout the Denton and Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The program requires 6 successful semesters of practicum which are set up for the students in a variety of child and adult settings.  At the same time, students attend classes 2-3 evenings a week.  A few classes are offered on Fridays and Saturdays.  The classes are located mainly on the Denton campus, however, a few are on theT. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences-Dallas Center campus.  A slower track which takes 7 or more semesters is also available for students.  The program consists of 43 hours of academic coursework and 18 hours of practicum courses.  Students are required to write a research paper and successfully complete a comprehensive exam as part of the program.


The graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology requires a foundation in the development of speech, language and hearing.  This information is typically mastered at the undergraduate level or through a prerequisite course sequence.

For more information about the On Campus Venue contact: Laura Moorer-Cook at 940-898-2066



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