About this course
A Speech-Language Pathologist is an individual with the necessary academic training and experience to diagnose and treat disorders of speech, language, communication, feeding, and swallowing. Monmouth University’s graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology is designed to provide basic and advanced professional preparation, with a strong commitment to theoretical and research foundations of clinical intervention.
The comprehensive curriculum will include academic coursework, clinical practicum experiences, and research experiences, which will enable graduates to conduct speech and language assessments and provide intervention and treatment to children and adults. Students will have an opportunity to work closely with faculty, clinical supervisors, professional speech-language pathologists, and allied health professionals.
This unique opportunity will lay a firm foundation for a career in Speech-Language Pathology. With small classes, the program will allow for incredible support and personalized attention to its students.
Graduates of the program will be prepared to work in a variety of clinical settings including public schools, clinics, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, special schools, and private practices. Others may choose to pursue their PhD.