Chances are you are already either a teacher, work with people with disabilities, or want to get your master’s so you can begin working as a speech pathologist. Your reasons for getting your master’s or certification are practical—you want to expand your career prospects and in the process be in the position to increase your salary.
With an MEd in Education of Exceptional Persons and/or a certification in special education, you can pursue careers in schools, community agencies, mental health facilities, and group homes, such as:
With an MS in Speech-Language Pathology, qualified, certified, and licensed to become a speech-language pathologist.
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