Speech-Language Pathology (M.A.)
Speech-language pathologists help children and adults alike communicate so they can better connect with others and lead more fulfilling lives.
At Kean, our 57-credit master's program in speech-language pathology prepares students to work with people who have a variety of communication disorders, including articulation, language, voice, fluency, cognition and swallowing issues. The program is available on campus only for either summer or fall admission with deadlines of January 15 and February 15, respectively.
With the demand for speech therapists expected to grow 20 percent in the next decade, our graduates are poised to launch successful careers in schools, hospitals, outpatient care facilities and private practices.
About 52% of speech-language pathologists work in the schools with about 39% working in all health care facilities combined.
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