SUNY New Paltz: Department of Communication Disorders - Graduate Programs in Communication Disorders: M.S. in Communication Disorders: Speech-Language Pathology Concentration 090S

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Communication Disorders

Graduate Programs in Communication Disorders

M.S. in Communication Disorders: Speech-Language Pathology Concentration 090S
Leading to New York State Licensure and ASHA Certification

I. Required Coursework: 42 credits

# title credits
A. Scientific and Linguistic Bases: 9 credits
CMD500   2
CMD508   3
CMD509   3
CMD524   1
 
B. Research Methods: 3 credits
CMD550   3
 
C. Speech & Language Disorders: 25 credits
CMD504   3
CMD505   3
CMD507   3
CMD512   3
CMD516   3
CMD520   3
CMD522   3
CMD525   4
 
D. Dysphagia: 3 credits
CMD518   3
CMD519   3
 
E. Professional Issues: 2 credits
CMD510   2

II. Professional Area Elective Coursework: 3 credits
One course (by advisement). Students who have not taken a course in Aural Rehabilitation must take 88511.

# title credits
CMD511   3
CMD518/9   3
CMD521 Early Intervention for Sp. Lang. Path. 3
CMD523 Language and Literacy Development 3
CMD593 Selected Topics courses (as available) 3
CMD595 Indep. Study in Speech-Language Pathology 3
other by advisement 3

 

III. Clinical Practicum: 15 credits

# title credits

CMD401

OR

CMD501

Clinical Participation 1

 

Clinical Methods in SLP I

2

CMD402

OR

CMD506

Clinical Participation 2

 

Clinical Methods in SLP II

2
CMD503 Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology 10
CMD570 Practicum in Audiology 1

Note: Students are required to take one credit of practicum for each 25 clock-hours. Thus, depending on the number of undergraduate hours completed, up to 2 credits may be waived.)

IV. Comprehensive Exam
To be taken after completion of all coursework.

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DEGREE: 58-60 Credits

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