The FIU Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (MS-SLP) curriculum provides students with the theoretical and clinical education to develop the competencies needed to practice as a speech-language pathologist.
The program's unique "bilingual emphasis" prepares graduates to work with the increasing number of bilingual individuals in need of specialized care. Upon completion of the master's degree, the graduate will have met all academic and practicum requirements to apply for the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Courses & Syllabi
Language learning in school-age children, adult cognition and communication, and communication disorders and aging in a bilingual society are just a few examples of courses in the FIU master’s Speech-Language Pathology program that teach you to treat diverse populations across their lifespan. Also find out about our master’s thesis option, which can reduce the required number of classes.
Visit the FIU Catalog for full course descriptions and program requirements:
- Navigate to the current academic year
- Enter the Course Code in the “Search Bar” OR select “Graduate”
- Select “Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences”
Enrolled students can download the program syllabi from FIU Sharepoint – CSD Programs