MS in Speech-Language Pathology Program at Teachers College, Columbia University

 

Teachers college offers a master’s of speech-language pathology that is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and is typically completed in two years. Students have the option of choosing the bilingual-multicultural program focus, which prepares students to serve culturally and linguistically diverse populations after they graduate. The program has relationships with over 200 placement sites to provide students with a diverse range of clinical experiences in NY, NJ, and CT.

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Teachers College SLP Masters Admissions Requirements

 

Application requirements for the Teachers College MS in Speech-Language Pathology program include the following:

  • Online application
  • Transcripts (average accepted GPA is 3.6-3.8)
  • GRE
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • One essay

 

Teachers College Speech Pathology Prerequisite Requirements

 

Applicants must complete prerequisite coursework in the following subjects:

  • Anatomy
  • Audiology
  • Language development
  • Phonetics
  • Speech science

 

For those who need to complete the prerequisite coursework, Teachers College is launching an online intensive prerequisite program in the summer of 2019 that will run May through August. The coursework is asynchronous and taught by TC professors. Students planning to attend other programs can register for these courses if they meet the requirements of the program they are attending. Each course is 2 credits except phonetics which is 1 credit.

 

Teachers College Speech Pathology Program

 

The speech pathology master’s program at Teachers College is 62 credits, 65 with the bilingual extension. The program starts in the fall and typically takes 2 years to complete.

Clinical components begin after one full semester of study. Clinical components start in the on-campus clinic and then progress to off-campus placements. Each student will complete a total of 3 external placements.

 

This information was last updated on 6/5/19, a schools website is always the best source for up to date information, the school’s website is available here.