New York Medical College

School of Health Sciences and Practice

Speech-Language Pathology M.S.

Department Chair:

Kate Franklin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Kathleen_Franklin@nymc.edu
914-594-4239

The application deadline for fall 2014 has been extended to: Monday, February 3, 2014.

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SLP Program - Just the Facts
SLP Program - The Future is Bright!

To work in a medical setting . . .you should train in a medical setting.

Highly integrated academic curriculum and clinical training rooted in the medical, natural, and behavioral sciences.

We feature:

  • an academic health center environment
  • state-of-the-art clinical and technological resources
  • Gross anatomy classes are taught by medical school faculty.
  • Clinical rotations include tertiary care hospitals and Rehabilitation centers.
  • “Hands-on” experience with a diverse client population.
  • All graduates qualify for licensure and required professional credentials.

Our Program enjoys:

A Graduation Rate of…

100% (28 of 28)

in 2013

 

100%(23 of 23)

in 2012

 

96% (22 of 23)

in 2011

A Praxis Pass Rate of…

100% (24 of 24)

in 2013

 

100% (22 of 22)

in 2012

 

100% (22 of 22)

in 2011

An Employment Rate of…

95.8% (23 of 24) – 86% response rate)

in 2013

 

100% (19 of 19) - (82% response rate)

in 2012

 

100% (19 of 19) - (86% response rate)

in 2011

 

Interested in working in NY State Public Schools?

We now offer the NYS certificate for Teacher of Speech and Language Disabled.

Interested in a scholarship?

Students applying to the M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology are eligible to apply for a New York City Department of Education scholarship that covers full tuition for two years. Applicants can apply for the scholarship before being accepted into the program. However, acceptance as a fully matriculated student is required in order to receive the scholarship. For more information, visit the NYC Department of Education website at: http://www.teachnycprograms.net/

Questions?

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Accreditation

Fully accredited by The Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA). Approved by the New York State Department of Education for the MS degree and TSLD Certificate.

 

Page updated: January 31, 2014