The ultimate reward for a speech-language pathologist is to break down the physical and cognitive barriers of communication.
The Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (MS-SLP) at FIU prepares future practitioners through the application of evidence-based practice, technology, real-world experience, and cultural and linguistic diversity.
Bilingual competency will be a critical proficiency as our society’s minority populations continue to grow. FIU’s Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders is committed to bilingual instruction, patient care and research that reflects the evolving skills needed for our profession to keep pace with culture. It’s why our graduates excel and one of the many reasons our master’s degree and post-baccalaureate Graduate Certification program stand out above the rest.
As one of the six departments of the Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences, FIU Communication Sciences & Disorders promotes effective interprofessional collaboration across fields, advanced research in healthcare delivery and evidence-based practice, as well as significant engagement with communities and partners around the world.