Are you prepared to take your speech-language pathology knowledge a step further? Gain hands-on opportunities through this graduate program at Murray State. You’ll get the chance to participate in a variety of assessment and treatment experiences in our Speech and Hearing Clinic and at hospitals, schools, rehabilitation clinics and other facilities, and you’ll get to enroll in clinical practicum each semester. You can also choose a thesis or non-thesis track, based on your individual skills. In this program, you’ll develop independent learning, critical thinking and problem-solving skills so you can master your future career.
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First-year grad students develop clinical competencies in the Murray State Speech and Hearing Clinic. During the second year of graduate training in speech-language pathology, students participate in two off-campus clinical practica. Typically one of these placements is in a medical setting, while the other is a student-teaching placement in a public school. Students will have the opportunity to demonstrate clinical skills under supervision for 400 hours of total practice.