|Mission & Goals |
Learn about the philosophy, mission, and goals of the Speech-Language Pathology Program at Misericordia University.
Misericordia University has academic policies to ensure that students are treated equitably.
|Admissions Requirements |
The Speech-Language Pathology Program accepts various kinds of students—from traditional students to post-baccalaureate students looking to change fields.
|Graduation Requirements |
Find out about the criteria needed to graduate with the Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
|Transfer of Graduate Credits |
Students accepted into the Speech-Language Pathology Program for graduate study as a transfer from an accredited SLP program at another institution will have their transcripts reviewed to determine which courses are transferable.
|Curriculum Objectives |
Curriculum objectives have been laid out to ensure that graduates of the Speech-Language Pathology Program will be prepared for their professional roles and responsibilities.
|Academic & Clinical Curriculum |
SLP Course Sequence
The suggested sequence of courses for traditional students is provided. Note: Sequence will vary for non-traditional, transfer, and graduate students.
|Student Outcome Data |
Find out more about testing pass rates, employment rates, and program completion rates.
|Clinical Curriculum |
Hands-on clinical experience is necessary to complete the program. Clinical experience includes observations, coursework, and practicum hours.
|SLP Student Handbook |
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|Course Descriptions |
Detailed descriptions of all SLP courses are provided.