A basic human birthright is our ability to communicate. Speech-language pathologists help people who have never developed, or lost this ability due to illness or injury. Speech-language pathologists care for patients of all ages with communication disorders. They assess, treat, and help to prevent speech, language, cognitive communication, voice, swallowing, fluency, and related disorders. They work in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, schools, private practices and more. The master’s degree is the standard credential in the field.
You can earn the master’s degree at La Salle University’s Speech-Language Pathology Program.
*If you do not have a bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders or in Speech-Language Hearing Sciences, please go to the PreSLP website. The PreSLP program offers a suite of 10 prerequisite courses needed to apply to a master’s program. You can fill out an application through the PreSLP website.
La Salle University’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is proud that for the past 11 years (2008-2018) the graduates of the MS program in Speech-Language Pathology achieved a passing rate of 98 percent on the national certification examination (National Examination in Speech-Language Pathology PRAXIS test) that all speech-language pathologists must pass to be certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.