FULL-TIME | FIVE TERM
PART-TIME | NINE TERMS
Our master’s program aims to equip and empower effective speech-language pathologists to serve as practitioners and researchers to meet the needs of individuals, families, and caregivers impacted by communication and swallowing disorders across their lifespan.
As a Nevada State College master’s degree candidate you will:
In addition, content-specific goals include the development of the following in all MEd students:
knowledge of regulations and record keeping in a variety of clinical settings
Designed for students with baccalaureate degree in speech pathology, or who have completed the Nevada State College post-baccalaureate program. Students with other post-bacc leveling programs should contact the program director.
The full-time program will be primarily a day program, with most courses Mon – Thursday, and some in house clinical experiences during the first year (may involve Friday). Courses are primarily the first Fall and Spring, with fulltime internships. Fulltime externships will be provided the following Fall and Spring. The full-time program will be 5 terms, with plan of 50 credit hours.
For students who hold a current Nevada Department of Education endorsement license for speech and language impairments, and have been employed with that endorsement for at least one year in a Nevada school, within surrounding Henderson, Las Vegas communities. We are requiring maintenance of contract during the program.
The courses will be spread out over fall and spring terms, with full-time externships in the summer terms (course work is same as full-time). During the fall and spring semesters, you would have 2 content courses, and 1-hour clinic meeting. We are planning a 2 evening commitment, i.e. Mon- Wed. Clinical hours will be obtained throughout your program, with externships only in the summer when you are not teaching. During the fall and spring terms, you might gain some hours in your school environment, or with some additional clinical opportunities, i.e. at RiteCare, our on-campus trainings, and SimuCase. The part-time program will be 9 terms, or 3 years with current plan of 50 credit hours. Some variability may exist depending on clinical experiences, therefore possible to complete in 46-50 hours.
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