UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
The Master of Science in Communicative Disorders at UWRF is nationally accredited by the Council for Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA).
This is a full-time program which takes two years (five consecutive semesters beginning with fall term) to complete. Students are eligible for the certificate of clinical competency from American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) after completion of the clinical fellowship and with passing grades on the Praxis™ Series examination. Required clinical experience is available through the UWRF Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, public schools, hospitals, rehabilitation agencies, and long-term care facilities.
Requirements for admission include:
- Language Development
- Anatomy/Physiology of the Speech System and Auditory System
- Speech Science (including the physics of sound and acoustic characteristics of speech)
- Audiology (including hearing measurement and hearing disorders)
- Aural Rehabilitation
- Articulation/Phonological Disorders
- Fluency Disorders
- Child Language Disorders
- Voice and Resonance Disorders
Fall Application Cycle Begins September 1, 2018
Be sure to order transcripts EARLY to ensure they are delivered to CSDCAS on time. Transcripts ordered after the 1/1 deadline will not be accepted and will result in your application ineligible for review. You will need to request a new transcript after January 1 if you have completed courses fall semester or are taking courses spring semester.
The application process for Fall will begin September 1, 2018. All application materials, with the exception of the UW-System online application for graduate school, will be submitted through the CSDCAS website. All application materials are due January 1 and only completed applications will be reviewed.
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