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Southern Connecticut State University - School of Health and Human Services
501 Crescent Street, New Haven, CT 06515
The Department of Communication Disorders at Southern Connecticut State University offers an undergraduate concentration in communication disorders and a graduate program that leads to the master of science degree in speech-language pathology. The graduate academic program in speech-language pathology in the Department of Communication Disorders is accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's (ASHA) Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA). Prospective students who do not have academic preparation in communication disorders are encouraged to apply for entrance into the graduate program. Prerequisite course work is incorporated into the student's graduate planned program. Students may choose full-time or part-time study.

University of Connecticut - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
850 Bolton Road, Storrs, CT 06268
University of Connecticut offers a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Communication Disorders. The undergraduate concentration in Communication Disorders leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree. The concentration prepares students to pursue professional education at the graduate level, providing students the opportunity to assess their interest and aptitude for graduate training in speech-language pathology and audiology. The Masters degree is the entry level into the profession; consequently students completing the undergraduate major are not prepared to work as independent professionals. The student who successfully completes the undergraduate concentration and who wishes to become professionally qualified to seek employment as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist must apply to a graduate program offering a course of study leading to a Masters degree. It is at the graduate level that professional training focuses either on speech-language pathology or audiology.

The Masters or Doctoral degree is required for certification by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Along with the Masters degree, further requirements for certification include the passing of the National Board Examination in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology, and the successful completion of a Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) consisting of the equivalent of nine months of full time paid professional experience under the sponsorship of a certified speech-language pathologist or audiologist.

The Communication Disorders Division offers curricula leading to a Master of Arts degree in Speech, Language and Hearing and the General Program. The M.A. program in speech-language pathology leads to clinical certification and is accredited by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association's (ASHA) Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA). The General Program is designed for students interested in speech, language, and hearing processes and their disorders, but not planning a career as certified clinicians. The program in speech pathology is designed to allow the student to prepare for a career in higher education, primarily teaching and research however, professional preparation in speech pathology leading toward clinical certification is available and encouraged.

The Department of Communication Sciences also offers a degree leading to a Ph.D. in speech-language and hearing sciences. The PhD program is completed in two years by students with a Bachelors degree in Communication Disorders or three years by students with a Bachelors degree in an area other than Communication Disorders. The Communication Disorders Program offers a curriculum leading to a Doctor of Audiology. The program in audiology leads to clinical certification and is accredited by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association's (ASHA) Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA). The Doctor of Audiology degree is a four-year post-baccalaureate program that includes three years of course work and clinical experiences plus a one-year full-time residency.The program in audiology allows students to meet all academic and clinical practicum requirements for the ASHA's Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) and the State of Connecticut's requirements for licensure in audiology.

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