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Speech Language Pathology
Transcript of Speech Language Pathology
Clinical Management: Clinical procedures for working in all areas that are available for Speech Pathologists.
Voice & Fluency Disorders: Studies of voice functioning and fluency issues.
Vocal Anatomy: A study of the structure of the speaking mechanism.
Language Development: A study of developmental psycholinguistics. What Degrees do I need and where can I get one? A speech language pathologist needs a masters degree to work in a school and a doctorate to practice privately.
A major in Communication Sciences and Disorders is needed.
Texas Christian University
Abiliene Christian University
Stephen F. Austin University
University of Texas at Austin
Texas Women's University What is Speech Language Pathology? Speech-language pathologists diagnose and treat communication and swallowing disorders in patients. What certifications do I need? To become a Speech Language Pathologist, you need to pass the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) certification test. Once I become a Speech Language Pathologist... I plan to work in either a school setting with most likely pre-schoolers or work as a speech pathologist in a hospital working with newborn babies and smaller children. I want to be a Speech Pathologist Because... Megan Richardson Speech Language Pathology I want to do something with deaf education, and after taking career tests was given choice from human services and I did not want to be a teacher like my mom, so I chose speech language pathology because it is a happy medium between all.