Speech-Language Pathology : TTI


Why study Speech-Language Pathology : TTI?

The Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology Testing and Training International (TTI) program is a full-time, online learning program that 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. 

Program Requirement 

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

Admission Requirements

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

The MA in Speech-Language Pathology program prepares graduates for a career as a speech-language pathologist.   

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) evaluate, diagnose and treat people with speech, language or swallowing difficulties. They work with many types of patients, including stroke victims who are relearning to communicate, babies who have trouble swallowing, people who speak with a stutter and children with language delays.   

Graduates find careers working with patients across the lifespan in a variety of locations:  

  • hospitals 
  • rehabilitation and long-term care facilities  
  • speech and hearing clinics  
  • schools  
  • educational programs  
  • the armed services  
  • private practice  
  • governmental health agencies   

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for speech-language pathologists is expected to grow 29% (much faster than the national average) and the median pay is $80,480 per year. 

Application Deadlines

Students must be a part of the TTI program in order to be admitted to the University of Cincinnati graduate program.  Students applying to the TTI Online Program must submit preliminary application materials to TTI. The first step is to contact TTI through Malki Lesser at cdcs2001@yahoo.com.  All information about the application process will be provided by TTI. 

The University of Cincinnati and all regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Contact Information

Speech Language Pathology Main Desk
3225 Eden Ave.
Cincinnati , OH 45267-0379
(513) 558-8501

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Program Code: 35MAS-SLP-MA-SLP-TTI