Speech-Language Pathology (MA)

Students collaborate in a classroom

FOCUS ON COLLABORATION, ETHICS, AND COMMUNICATION

Graduate education in Speech-Language Pathology at UNI prepares future professionals to work in a variety of medical and/or educational sites with individuals who have communication disorders.  Building on the knowledge base that students gain in their undergraduate communication disorders program or through post-baccalaureate prerequisite courses, UNI's graduate program provides content and clinical experiences to increase knowledge and skills.  Our students develop independent critical thinking skills necessary for the effective evaluation and management of a broad range of communication disorders across the lifespan. A focus on collaboration, ethics, oral and written communication, professional issues, diversity, and competency prepare our students to become highly capable speech-language pathologists and contributing members of society.

CONTACT

 

Program Address

Speech-Language Pathology

230 Communication Arts Center

Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0356

 

Dr. Jennifer Garrett

Graduate Coordinator

Phone: (319) 273-3703

E-mail: jennifer.garrett@uni.edu

Dr. Lauren Nelson

Department Head

Phone: (319) 273-6806

E-mail: lauren.nelson@uni.edu

 

Deborah Burroughs

Secretary

Phone: (319) 273-2496

E-mail: Debbie.Burroughs@uni.edu

Apply

Program Instruction Type

Overview

  • GRE: Yes

    Other:

    a. Three Letters of Recommendation

    b. Personal Statement

    c. Resume/CV

    d. Clinical Training and Experience Form

    Note: International students whose first language is not English must submit TOEFL or IELTS scores. View the International Admissions Graduate Page for more information.