The five-year B.S. to M.S. Program in Speech-Language Pathology is an accelerated program in which students earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years. A master’s degree is the entry-level degree needed to become a speech-language pathologist.
La Salle’s program offers a research-oriented, clinically based curriculum grounded in theoretical, ethical, and clinical knowledge in speech, language, and hearing science. Our program prepares students to meet professional credentialing requirements including American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) certification for speech-language pathologists. Students gain knowledge and skills in the diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and advocacy of individuals across the lifespan who have disorders related to speech sound production, stuttering, comprehension and production of language, voice, and swallowing.
The B.S. to M.S. program in Speech-Language Pathology is an accelerated program that allows students to earn both their bachelor’s and master’s in five years. Students learn to think critically, communicate effectively, and analyze and integrate research into clinical practice, preparing them for successful careers and to value lifelong learning.
Our distinguished faculty have extensive clinical, research, and teaching experience to prepare students with the practical and theoretical knowledge to succeed in their chosen fields.
Upon graduation from this program, students will be prepared to work in a wide variety of clinical settings, including:
The Master of Science (M.S.) in Speech-Language Pathology education program at La Salle University is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
The La Salle graduate is the recipient of the University’s 19th Annual IT Leadership Award.
The 31st annual Charter Dinner on March 21, will recognize Jerry Lezynski, ’82, with The Lasallian Leadership Award.
Lisa Abdul-Haqq, DNP, M.A. ’09, MSN ’21, CRNP, FCPP, works tirelessly to help underserved communities navigate the U.S. healthcare system.