List of Audiology Schools in Georgia

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Armstrong Atlantic State University - College of Health Professions
11935 Albercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31419
Armstrong Atlantic State University offers a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders which prepares students to enter a Master's degree program in speech-language pathology or audiology and a Master's Degree In Communication Sciences and Disorders (SLP).

University of Georgia - College of Education
The University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602
The Communication Sciences and Disorders Program at The University of Georgia offers several full-time programs in speech-language pathology accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA):

  • a two-year master's program designed mostly for students who have a bachelor's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, or the equivalent but applicants who hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline and who have completed substantial post-baccalaureate coursework, or who completed a comprehensive minor during their undergraduate program, may also be eligible for the two-year program. The two-year program consists of four semesters of coursework and on-campus clinical practicum, followed by two internship placements. The internships semesters includes two full-time placements, each of approximately 9-10 weeks, usually one in a hospital setting and one in a public school setting.
  • a three-year program which is designed for students who have a bachelor's degree in another discipline and who have little to no undergraduate coursework in communication sciences and disorders and which consists of almost three full years of coursework followed by the same internship semester described under the two-year program. Students in both the two-year program and the three-year program may choose to pursue either the degree Master of Education (M.Ed.) or the degree Master of Arts (M.A.).
  • a Ph.D. program in Speech-Language Pathology which consists of a minimum of two years of academic coursework plus a third year of research culminating in the dissertation. Students complete an internship in college teaching as part of the program of study and additional internship programs can be configured for students with other interests, such as anatomy, specialized medical center practice, or administration.
  • CMSD program currently offers a consecutive MA/Ph.D. program in Speech-Language Pathology for individuals who are interested in the Ph.D., but have not completed the master’s degree. With this program, the student will enroll in the MA courses, while beginning Ph.D. requirements as well. This will allow overlap of the two programs and for completing a doctorate in a timely manner.

Students earning either the M.Ed. or the M.A., in either the two-year program or the three-year program, are qualified upon graduation to apply for the Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA, state licensure in speech-language pathology granted by the State of Georgia Board of Examiners, and Georgia Teacher Certification in Speech-Language Pathology (T-5).

Georgia State University - College of Education
Atlanta, GA 30302
Georgia State University offers a master's degree in speech-language pathology (M.Ed.). The program is accredited in the area of speech-language pathology by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA). By graduating from an accredited program, you will be eligible to apply for ASHA certification in speech-language pathology. The course work and practicum requirements also conform to those of the Georgia Professional Standards Commission for teacher certification, and the Georgia Board of Examiners for state licensure.

University of West Georgia
1601 Maple Street, Carrollton, GA 30118
University of West Georgia offers an accredited Speech Language Pathology program (M.Ed.).

Valdosta State University - College of Education
1500 N Patterson Street, Valdosta, GA 31698
The Valdosta State University College of Education offers a Master's of Education Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. The Master's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders is an approved program of the Professional Standards Commission of the state of Georgia. Students earning the master's degree are eligible for a service certificate (S-5) and the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing (ASHA) Association. which allows them to work in the public schools of Georgia, as well as hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation agencies and private practices.

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