PROFESSORS WHO CARE ABOUT YOUR SUCCESS — “The professors in the speech-language pathology program are so passionate about the field and truly care about their students. I loved that all of the professors made it a priority to get to know the students.
I felt that my education and success truly mattered to them,” said Lauren Yates, MS Speech-Language Pathology.
The clinically-oriented MS in Speech-Language Pathology at IUP provides basic training for all practice settings. We like to say our graduates are trained to work across the lifespan—working with neonatal patients, school-age children and adolescents,
young and middle-aged adults, and seniors. You will learn the best practices to help them with their communication skills, the quality of their voice, their swallowing skills, their articulation, and more.
In the last five years, half of our graduates accepted jobs in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and other healthcare-related facilities. Half of our graduates accepted jobs in intermediate units, schools, private pediatric clinics, and early intervention
March 16, 20205:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.Stouffer Hall, Room 258
The IUP master’s degree program in speech-language pathology will hold a public meeting for interested stakeholders to ask questions and provide comments the program's national accreditation review.
For more information,
Speech-Language Pathology Public Meeting for Stakeholders During Re-Accreditation Visit.
In the MS in Speech-Language Pathology program at IUP, you will meet the requirements for:
In addition, upon completion of our program, you will be able to:
Speech-Language Pathology MS Program Handbook
Speech-Language Pathology Clinic Handbook
Video: Speech Language Student Interviews
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