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Speech-Language Pathology

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The Speech-Language Pathology Program at Misericordia University is an entry-level 5-year Masters Degree program that provides an educational experience that produces pathologists who are critical thinkers and educated consumers of research.

Students admitted as first year or undergraduate transfers who successfully complete all major and university requirements are awarded a BS degree in health sciences in addition to a MS degree in speech-language pathology. Students who have baccalaureate degrees-whether in communication disorders or another field-are conferred the MS degree in speech-language pathology upon completion of all requirements but do not receive the BS in health science.

Misericordia graduates are prepared to engage in contemporary, competent, legal, and ethical practice, obtaining employment in the field upon graduation.

The master of science education program in Speech-Language Pathology at Misericordia University is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2200 Research Boulevard #310, Rockville, MD 20850; 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700.

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Pass Rate (2018)

100

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Undergraduate SLP Program

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The undergraduate SLP program at Misericordia University is a 5-year entry level masters degree program. A potential applicant can enter the undergraduate program in Speech-Language Pathology under one of two circumstances:

  1. As a Traditional Undergraduate student who has been accepted into the 5-year professional program.
  2. As an Undergraduate Transfer student who has not been conferred a baccalaureate degree.

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Graduate SLP Program

Misericordia University offers individuals who already have a baccalaureate degree the opportunity to earn a masters degree in Speech-language Pathology.

A potential applicant can enter the program in Speech-Language Pathology under one of two circumstances:

  1. As a graduate holding the baccalaureate degree with communication sciences and disorders - Post-Baccalaureate Major.
  2. As a graduate holding the baccalaureate degree in a major other than communication sciences and disorders- Post-Baccalaureate Non-Major.

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Meet our Students

Alexandra Irr
Alexandra Irr '18

“My experience at Misericordia University, and in particular as a Speech Language Pathology major, has been invaluable. Each professor I have had at Misericordia has gone above and beyond to be invested in the success of their students. I was so thankful to be included on numerous research projects that were presented at state and national conferences in amazing cities across the country. I know I will leave Misericordia University to work in the field of pediatric speech language pathology as the best clinician and person that I can be.”

Kyle Pelkey
Kyle Pelkey '18

“As an undergraduate transfer to the program, Dr. Glen Tellis and the Speech-Language Pathology faculty at Misericordia believed in my ability to not only to achieve success within the classroom, but to also present research at local, state, and national conferences. Our SLP program challenges students at both the undergraduate and graduate level to engage in unprecedented research projects using novel techniques to closely examine a wide variety of disorders. I am forever grateful to call myself an alumnus of the SLP program at Misericordia.”

Samantha Buldo
Samantha Buldo '18

“Being a student in Misericordia’s Speech-Language Pathology program has made me more than a clinician, helping me grow into a well-rounded individual. I have been immersed in research projects, ultimately presenting seminars and posters at state and national conferences, and have been a part of many volunteer opportunities. Misericordia University and the SLP department have molded me into a confident, intelligent, and service-oriented individual. I know I have been fully prepared to begin my professional career. Following graduation, I am hoping to pursue a job in a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility to work with individuals with strokes, traumatic brain injury, dementia, and neurological disorders.”

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The Speech-Language Pathology Department at Misericordia University offers a wide variety of modern technologies in the areas of video observation, augmentative and alternative communication, fluency, and voice/speech science. This technology is used to enhance the clinical and classroom experiences while introducing students to various systems and devices they may encounter in the work setting.

Who Can I Contact?

When choosing what profession you want to pursue you will naturally have many questions. At Misericordia University we are here to answer any questions that you may have. Never hesitate to reach out to us. We are providing you with a few answers to the most asked questions but encourage you to contact us and speak with us personally if you have any additional questions.

If you have any questions about the profession of Speech-Language Pathology or about our educational program, please contact the Department at the following address: Department of Speech-Language Pathology Misericordia University 301 Lake Street Dallas, PA 18612.
You also may contact the Speech-Language Pathology Department by phone at (570) 674-8255 Department Administrator.

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