Speech-Language Pathology w/ Teacher Certification, M.S.
This program requires full-time study; degree requirements must be completed within two years (note: completion of a thesis may require at least one semester of additional study and at least five additional credits to complete the degree). Prior to entering either program, students must have completed all prerequisite courses listed on the program application requirements website.
- Completion of a minimum of 55 credits in speech-language pathology graduate courses and clinical experiences. All courses must be taken for a letter grade unless otherwise noted in the catalog, and must be completed with a grade of B- or better.
- A minimum semester GPA of 3.00
- Completion of a minimum of 400 supervised clinical clock hours (all clinical clock hours, including observation hours, must be obtained under the supervision of an individual currently holding the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association).
- Passing the comprehensive examination or successful completion of a graduate thesis.
Teaching certification (Teaching Students with Speech-Language Disabilities) is awarded by New York State, and is not automatic; certification is awarded only to individuals who have met the requirements of the Speech-Language Pathology with Teacher Certification (SLPTC) major as well as those outlined by NYSED, including fingerprint clearance and passing scores on teacher certification examinations.
Applications for and additional information about New York State teacher certification may be found at the Ithaca College Department of Education website.
A student who receives a grade below B- in any graduate level course or clinical experience or whose semester GPA falls below a 3.00 will be placed on academic warning.
A student who has been placed on academic warning for two consecutive semesters will be dismissed from the program.
|SLPG 54700||Fluency Development and Disorders||3|
|SLPG 55300||Voice and Related Disorders||3|
|SLPG 55500||Adult Dysarthria||2|
|SLPG 55600||Acquired Cognitive Communication Disorders||2|
|SLPG 55900||Speech Sound Disorders in Children||3|
|SLPG 61000||Early Intervention for Children with Communication Disorders||2|
|SLPG 62000||Speech-Language Pathology in Educational Settings||2|
|SLPG 62100||Autism Spectrum Disorders||1|
|SLPG 64000||Audiology and Assistive Technology/Listening Devices||2|
|SLPG 64100||Facilitating Spoken-Language Learning in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children||1|
|SLPG 64900||Augmentative and Alternative Communication||3|
|SLPG 65100||Adult Aphasia and Related Disorders||3|
|SLPG 65200||Language Disorders in Children Ages 3 to 21||3|
|SLPG 65700||Research Methods and Analysis||3|
|SLPG 66100||Clinical Practicum I||1|
|SLPG 66101||Seminar in Professional Practice I||1|
|SLPG 66200||Clinical Practicum II||2|
|SLPG 66300||Clinical Practicum III||1|
|SLPG 66400||Clinical Practicum IV||2|
|SLPG 66401||Seminar in Professional Practice II||1|
|SLPG 68100||Comprehensive Examinations||0|
|SLPG 66500||Professional Externship in Speech-Language Pathology||4|
|or SLPG 69800||Professional Experience in Education I|
|SLPG 66501||Professional Externship in Speech-Language Pathology||4|
|or SLPG 69801||Professional Experience in Education II|
|Medical Topics in Speech-Language Pathology|
|Pediatric Motor Speech Disorders|
|Cultural Competence in Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Practice|
|Seminar in Speech Pathology: Selected Topics|
|Supplementary Clinical Affiliation|
|Thesis or Research Paper|
|EDUC 19210||Child Abuse Identification and Prevention||0|
|EDUC 19220||Drug and Alcohol Abuse: Identification and Prevention||0|
|EDUC 19230||School Violence Prevention||0|
|EDUC 19240||Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention||0|