Prepare to provide a crucial service to those with communication needs in the Master of Speech-Language Pathology program at St. Ambrose University. This two-year program prepares you to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in persons of all ages and across a variety of settings (homes, schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, private practice, short and long term nursing care facilities, home health agencies, centers for persons with developmental disabilities).
Students in this Speech Language Pathology master's program enter with a wide range of bachelor's degrees, including fields such as psychology, elementary education, early childhood education, kinesiology, linguistics, modern languages, communication sciences and disorders, health sciences, and human services.
All students are required to have completed one each of the general education courses listed below with a grade of 'B' or better.
It’s St. Ambrose’s relationship with the community that distinguishes us from other SLP programs. This faculty supervised, real world practice helps students learn by doing.
The Master of Speech-Language Pathology program schedule is designed to enable students to complete the degree quickly without shortchanging experience.