The Graduate Communication Sciences and Disorders program includes an academic course of study designed to enable students to meet the Knowledge and Skills prescribed by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association to be a speech-language pathology.
See the complete listing of courses in the catalog.
You'll be assigned an academic advisor upon entry into the program and meet with your advisor, at least once a semester, to review your progress in your academic and clinical requirements.
You will work with your& advisor to plan a course for study using the Masters CSDS Course of Study 21-22 (pdf) form, complete your clinical experiences, and meet all requirements:
- ASHA Certification
- Licensure from the Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
- Licensure from the Virginia Board of Education
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