The Multicultural Certificate in Speech-Language Pathology is a 12-credit hour program designed to give you the skills you need to provide culturally and linguistically responsive, evidence-based speech-language pathology assessment and intervention services to individuals across the lifespan.
If you're currently a graduate student in speech-language pathology, you are eligible to apply for the Multicultural Certificate in Speech-Language Pathology program.
Through this program you'll study:
You must have an undergraduate degree and be admitted to the graduate program in speech-language pathology and be in good standing as a graduate student.
Fall application deadline: August 15
This 12-credit hour program includes five required courses from the Communicative Disorders program, the Literacy Education program, and the Human Development and Family Sciences program. Visit the graduate catalog for a complete list of requirements. Learn more about the example plan of study.
A service-learning project and supervised clinical experiences with individuals who speak a language or dialect other than or in addition to Standard American English is also required.
Multicultural Certificate in Speech-Language Pathology