The speech-language pathology minor provides students with a basic understanding of communication sciences and disorders. All courses offered in the minor are offered only in the evenings at the Main Campus. All speech-language pathology courses are only available to degree seeking students.
Courses in the Minor (18 credits)
All students minoring in speech-language pathology will need to complete the following:
In order to apply to the MS-SLP Program at NSU the following courses are also required by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA):
ASHA Knowledge Outcomes: Equivalent will be accepted as part of the bachelor's degree coursework if the applicant earned a grade equivalency of 2.0 or higher in each course. There is no expiration date on the ASHA Knowledge Outcome courses. Courses cannot be part of a CSD curriculum course. Courses must be completed at the college level and earned from accredited colleges or universities. Courses MUST be completed before matriculating to the graduate program. For more information see the ASHA program website under Standard IV-A: Knowledge Outcomes.
In addition, 25 directed observation hours are required before beginning a graduate program of study in Speech-Language Pathology.
Coursework for the minor in Speech - Language Pathology is available for traditional students and working professionals at NSU’s Main Campus in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and online.
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