Communication Sciences and Disorders : Online
Master of Arts
Why study Communication Sciences and Disorders : Online?
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers the Master of Arts Degree in Speech-Language Pathology through distance learning to cohorts of students in areas where personnel shortages exist and for groups of students where access to graduate education is limited.
Students cannot apply to the Distance Learning program without first joining one of two cohorts that will move eligible students through the program together. The Distance Learning program is restricted to two cohorts: TTI (Testing & Training International), a private company based in New York who work with students in the New York City area and in Israel, and ACinD (Akron, Cincinnati Distance) for Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana residents only.
Applicants must meet the following admission requirements:
- Bachelor's degree. Unofficial transcripts are used for admissions review. For students who enroll in the program, an official transcript with Bachelor's degree posted must be received by the CSD department prior to the beginning of the first semester.
- 3.0 minimum overall undergraduate grade point average.
- A minimum score of 100 IBT on the TOEFL for students whose native language is not English.
- A grade of "B-" or better is required in communication sciences and disorders courses (see courses below with an *).
- A "B-" or better is also strongly recommended for all ASHA required courses.
A master's degree is necessary for professional certification and licensure as a speech-language pathologist.
Graduates find careers working with children and adults in hospitals, rehabilitation and long term care facilities, speech and hearing clinics, schools, public schools and other educational programs, the armed services, private practice and governmental health agencies.
There is currently a high demand for Speech-Language Pathologists in all settings.
The Communication Sciences and Disorders Master's Degree (MA) education program in speech-language-pathology at the University of Cincinnati is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), 2200 Research Boulevard, #310, Rockville, MD 20850, (800) 498-2071 or (301) 296-5700.
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