Graduates from our master of science program take the National Certification Board Examination (Praxis). Once you pass, you can become licensed to practice as a speech-language pathologist.
Many of our graduate students go on to earn a PhD degree to pursue a career in teaching, research, or as an administrator of clinical practice.
Speech-language pathologists may find employment in settings that include:
- private practices
- outpatient clinics
- early intervention settings
- skilled nursing facilities
- community health settings
- schools for special-needs children
- technology support
State Licensure Requirements
For more information regarding state requirements, please visit the State Authorization & Distance Education website.