Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Bilingual SLP
Are you bilingual and studying SLP at TWU? Enhance your degree with a Certificate in Bilingual SLP.
- Study communication disorders and assessment and intervention strategies to help English language learners become successful communicators
- Small classes with bilingual, accessible, knowledgeable and supportive faculty
- Combines with an MS in Speech-Language Pathology
- Includes practicum opportunities
- 100% online courses
- Meet employer expectations as a highly qualified SLP with coursework and supervised experiences in evidence-based practice providing services to English language learners
In this certificate program you will complete 12 semester credit hours, with:
- Nine semester credit hours (five classes) of academic coursework focused on multicultural issues related to speech-language pathology
- Three semester credit hours (75 clock hours) of a clinical practicum experience assessing and treating English language learners under the supervision of a bilingual ASHA certified SLP
You must also maintain grades of As or Bs in all classes.
A full list of courses and requirements are available in the course catalog.
- Pass a language proficiency test in a language other than English in all four domains of listening, speaking, reading and writing
- Accepted to or currently enrolled in the TWU master's of speech-language pathology program
Admission to the TWU Graduate School
When you apply to the TWU Graduate School, we will evaluate your academic achievement and preparation, as well as your standardized test scores if required. All students must meet the University requirements as outlined in the Admissions to the TWU Graduate School. In addition, most graduate programs have additional admission requirements that must be completed. These requirements can be found on each graduate program website. After acceptance, you will need to begin your program within one year, unless a deferral has been approved by the program.
Check out the links below for specific admissions information:
For questions contact
Bita Payesteh, PhD, CCC-SLP
Catherine Lynch, MS, CCC-SLP
Assistant Clinical Professor
Page last updated 3:55 PM, July 18, 2019