Speech Pathology

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Why study Speech Pathology at NSC

The ability to communicate lies at the heart of being human. Speech-language pathologists work across the full spectrum of human communication by evaluating, diagnosing, and treating speech, language, and cognitive-communication disorders in their clients.
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A degree in speech pathology from NSC will prepare you for a wide variety of careers options and settings. Speech-language pathologists work in public and private schools, hospitals, community clinics, private practices, and colleges and universities. Learn More

Interesting Classes

Articulation Disorders
Neurology & Speech Pathology
Communication Science
Literacy & Technology Learn More

Where Alumni Work

Here are some of the places where NSC grads in Speech Pathology work:
Clark County School District Learn More

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about applying to the program or want to know more about the Praxis exam? You'll find answers here to some of our most frequently asked questions. Learn More

Clinical Practicum

Clinical practicum is a full-time, semester long experience in a school-based setting. A mandatory, weekly seminar accompanies the supervised clinical practicum during which the student gradually assumes assessment and therapy responsibilities.

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