Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology
School of Graduate Studies and Research
Edinboro University

Provide a voice for the voiceless.

Imagine a baby born with a cleft lip. An older adult struggling with dementia or the effects of a stroke. As a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist, you can help make a difference in their lives.

Our faculty engages students in the acquisition and application of knowledge and encourages them to become thoughtful and insightful decision-makers. Students work closely with faculty and supervisors as they learn to make informed professional judgments and to use contemporary approaches to diagnosis and remediation of communicative, cognitive and/or swallowing disorders.

Our program’s mission is simple:
To enhance the intellectual, cultural, social and ethical development of our graduate students. We make that happen by emphasizing complete integration of theory, research and practice. By building these skills, our graduates are able to serve diverse communities and individuals in a wide variety of settings.

The Speech-Language Pathology program is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) and approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

Why a MA in SLP from Edinboro?

Edinboro offers a nationally accredited program with a more than 40-year history of preparing hundreds of alumni for success throughout the country and around the world in speech pathology. Our Speech-Language (MA) Pathology grads have a 100% pass rate on their national certification exam for 2015–2017.

Two-year program. Five clinical rotations. One professional degree.

During students’ two years at Edinboro, they complete five clinical rotations—two on campus at the state-of-the-art Governor George Leader Speech and Hearing Center, and three internships in education and healthcare settings. During clinical experiences, students will refine their skills under the supervision of a qualified practitioner and grow as a professional.

To practice as a speech-language pathologist, you must:

Complete your graduate degree and a clinical fellowship.

Earn a passing score on the national examination in speech-language pathology.

Sit for a licensure certification examination.

100% job placement for the Class of 2017.

Since our program began in 1974, our graduates have found employment as speech-language pathologists in a variety of settings across the United States. Recent graduates work in hospitals, schools, clinics and rehabilitation centers such as:

Hartford County Schools, Bel Air, MD

Warren Area Elementary School, NY

Charles County Public Schools, Charles County, MD

Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles, CA

Diversified Children’s Rehabilitation Services, NY

Barber National Institute, Erie, PA

Children’s Therapy Solutions, Inc., Bradenton, FL

Locust Grove Retirement Village, Mifflin, PA

Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, Norfolk, VA

The Children’s Institute at The Day School, Pittsburgh, PA

Edinboro’s MA in Speech-Language Pathology prepares graduates to help others communicate with the world.

Edinboro University

219 Meadville St, Edinboro, PA 16444
Phone: 814.732.2000

Accreditations

Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA)

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More Information

gradschool.edinboro.edu/slp

Contact

Dr. Kate Krival, Department Chair
Email: ckrival@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814.732.1472

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