New York Medical College

School of Health Sciences and Practice

Speech-Language Pathology M.S.

 

Speech-Language Pathology - The Future is Bright!

 

“Employment of speech-language pathologists is expected to increase 9 to 17 percent per year through the year 2014.“

U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics

“U.S. News has sifted through trends in the economy and the workplace and has identified 25 professions that will be growing in demand as baby boomers age, the Internet becomes ubiquitous, and Americans seek richer, simpler lives.”

Speech-language pathologist is one of those professions.

US News & World Report
SLP students in acoustic phonetics lab

Our medically-oriented curriculum was developed to meet the need for well-trained, entry-level clinicians who are prepared to address complex and challenging clinical problems as the Scope of Practice in Speech-Language Pathology grows at a rapid pace.

The knowledge and skills our students attain make them well suited for employment in any setting.

 

Page updated: July 24, 2014