Courses are categorized as follows: Exploration of human behavior and motivation within the context of an organization. Emphasis on methods and strategies to motivate and incentivize team members and develop collaborative teams.
If you need to complete undergraduate-level prerequisites as part of your coursework, the program will take longer to complete. Academic and clinical courses: These are both minimums, and they are independent requirements.
To complete the clock hours required by ASHA, 25 hours must be spent in clinical observation, and hours must be spent in direct client contact. Of the contact hours, at least must be obtained within the graduate program.
Online SLP Program Prerequisites Depending on your academic background, you may need to take up to 18 credits of undergraduate-level prerequisite coursework.
These courses need to have been completed in the past five years from your intended start date. All prerequisite courses are offered online. Designed and delivered by exceptional Emerson faculty, coursework delves into a range of evidence-based topics, from typical and disordered communication to theories of language development, impairment, and rehabilitation.
You will learn to assess and treat the full array of communicative challenges through classroom and hands-on application of family-focused, developmental, cognitive, psychosocial, behavioral, and medical models.
The online curriculum is rigorous and helps you develop the critical problem-solving skills you need to address any challenge faced by a speech-language pathologist, including working with individuals who have the following:The Bachelor of Speech Pathology prepares students for entry into professional speech pathology practice.
Speech pathologists assess and treat adults and children exhibiting acquired or congenital disorders of speech, fluency, voice, language and swallowing. Collaborative Distance Learning Program in Speech-Language Pathology. The Distance Learning Program begins in January each year.
Following is the time frame for , leading up to the first semester in January A Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Professional Speech-Language Pathology prepares students for graduate study in either speech-language pathology or audiology.
A degree specializing in broadening education experience in the liberal arts and sciences in addition to basic course-work in normal and disordered speech, language, and hearing.
Education and Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology Overview of the various roles of the speech-language pathologist as educator and supervisor. Exploration of the scholarship of teaching and learning as it applies to both didactic and clinical instruction and development. The Department of Speech-Language Pathology offers the Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP.D.) degree program.
The post-master's SLP.D. degree program is a rigorous and scientifically based, credit, academic curriculum that is designed to enhance the continued academic education of speech-language pathologists pursuing an advanced doctoral degree. Speech pathology programs at the master's-degree level incorporate academic coursework, clinical practicum experiences and research activities into a comprehensive curriculum that prepares you for professional practice as a speech pathologist.