Master of Arts in Communication Sciences & Disorders - Online TTI

Speech-Language Pathology Testing and Training International (TTI) program

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The Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders Testing and Training International (TTI) program is a full-time online learning program for students living in New York, New Jersey or Jerusalem, Israel. The program leads to a master's degree in speech-language pathology. Qualified applicants must have either an undergraduate degree in communication sciences disorders or the required undergraduate leveling courses.

Students must be a part of the Testing and Training International program in order to be admitted to the University of Cincinnati graduate program.

A master's degree is necessary for professional certification and licensure as a speech-language pathologist.

When you graduate you will 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.

 

Please see the program Admission Requirements for detailed information on what you need in order to be a successful applicant. 

Visit the program's How to Apply page when you are ready to apply. 

In order to provide the master's level student with adequate advanced didactic and practicum experience with persons manifesting communication disorders, a minimum of five semesters of study is necessary, If you do not possess a well-rounded undergraduate major in speech and hearing, or those who come from other fields, must complete undergraduate requirements prior to beginning the graduate program.

In addition, you must complete a research project which is completed in the research course.

Upon completion of the program, when you graduate you are eligible for the ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language pathology (CCC-SLP), licensing in the State of Ohio in speech-language pathology and State of Ohio School licensure.Career Opportunities.

Review the program outline to access program curriculum(s) and more.

Online Master of Arts in Communication Sciences & Disorders Student Achievement Data 

Period

On-time completion rate

Pass rate of Test-Takers (PRAXIS) 

Employment Rates of Graduates
Recent Year 79%  
(50/64)

93%
(51/55)

77%
(26/34)

1 Year Prior

92%
(45/49)

91%
(39/43)

100%
(48/48)
2 Years Prior 99%
(80/81)
97%
(51/53)
100%
(22/22)
3 year average  91% 99% 93%

Accreditation

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The Communication Sciences and Disorders Master's Degree (MA) education programs in speech-language-pathology at the University of Cincinnati are 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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Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

College of Allied Health Sciences

3225 Eden Avenue P.O. Box 670379 | Cincinnati, OH 45267

Phone: 513-558-8502 | Fax: 513-558-8500