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Master's in Speech and Language Pathology

Gain specialized expertise in the Master’s in Speech and Language Pathology, designed to train professionals capable of addressing speech and language disorders. This comprehensive program will provide a solid theoretical foundation supported by the latest research in the field, along with practical skills to assess, diagnose, and intervene with patients of different age groups.

Why study a Master's in Speech and Language Pathology at Laramie University?

Master's in

Speech and Language Pathology Curriculum

• Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathologies of the Organs of Hearing and Language

• Neurological Foundations of Language

• Psychology of Language

• Phonetics, Phonology, Lexicology, and Semantics

• Language Exploration

• Prevention of Language and Speech Difficulties and Health Promotion

• Language Disorders

• Research Methodology

• Voice Disorders

• Language of Individuals with Cognitive Disabilities

• Disorders of Written Language

• Motor Deficiencies and Language

• Hearing Impairment and Language

• Speech Disorders

• Teaching Competencies

• Thesis Seminar

• Neurodevelopmental Disorders

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Admission Profile for the Master's in Speech and Language Pathology

The applicant seeking admission should have completed their high school studies and possess the following qualities:

• Ability to efficiently use digital tools necessary for the assessment and documentation of speech and language disorders.

• Capacity to communicate clearly with patients, colleagues, and other healthcare professionals, essential for the effective assessment and treatment of language pathologies.

• Skill to critically analyze clinical situations, adapt to the individual needs of patients, and adjust therapeutic strategies as treatment evolves.

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