The Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology at Edinboro University was established in 1974, and since then hundreds of our alumni have been practicing in the U.S. and around the world.
This two-year full-time program begins in the fall semester and students normally complete all degree requirements by July of the second year (internships do not follow the University calendar). We prepare graduates with the knowledge and skills to evaluate and treat a wide variety of communication and swallowing disorders across the life span.
Five clinical rotations (two on campus and three internships) enable each student to develop and refine clinical skills. We have strong relationships with sites ranging from the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf Children's Center on the Edinboro campus to a wide array of hospitals, clinics, early intervention providers and educational institutions in many areas of the United States.