The Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language Pathology trains students on how to understand, diagnose and efficiently treat a number of speech and language disorders throughout the entire lifespan of human development from early childhood through the elder years
These include voice disorders, articulation problems, fluency problems, aphasia, phonological problems, and delays in speech or language. Program graduates gain a core theoretical understanding of a range of communication, swallowing, and related disorders, and discuss principles of assessing, treating, and managing people with communication and swallowing difficulties. Upon graduation, students will have developed a sufficient level of expertise for safe and competent management of a broad range of patients within a variety of clinical contexts.
The minimum Duration to complete this program is 4 years, while the maximum Duration to complete this program is 6 years.
The minimum credit hours to complete this program is 124 hours, while the maximum credit hours to complete this program is 150 hours.
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