Grand Valley State University's Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology (M.S.) is a four-semester program for students who have completed necessary pre-professional requirements and a bachelor's degree. Graduates of Grand Valley State University will be entry level Clinical Fellows.
Convenient. Located in the heart of the Medical Mile in downtown Grand Rapids, the program offers unique learning experiences, resources, and research opportunities.
Versatile. Students study a variety of topics that include: Assessment and intervention, Autism communication from infancy through adulthood, Augmentative and alternative communication, Evidence-based diagnosis and treatment
Quality. Grand Valley is known for health sciences, and is one of only two universities in Michigan now offering all therapy programs. Faculty members are involved with local, state, and national organizations.
The M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology program is minimum of 60 credits.
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