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Career and Student Outcome Data

Career Outcome Data

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work in a variety of settings, such as schools, health care, private practice, research, and even telepractice. Wherever they choose to work, SLPs often work as part of team of professionals including teachers, physicians, audiologists, psychologists, social workers, physical and occupational therapists, and rehabilitation counselors.

Due to the varied job field and client populations, SLPs must hold a masters degree in speech-language pathology. After graduation, those who hold a degree must also:

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for speech-language pathologists. More information can be found on the ASHA website.

Student Outcome Data

On-time Program Completion Rates

Period # Completed within Expected Time Frame % Completed within Expected Time Frame
2018–1924/24 students100%
2017–18 20/20 students 100%
2016–17N/AN/A
3 Year Average100%

Praxis Examination Pass Rates

Period # Taking the Exam # Passed Exam % Passed Exam Rate
2018–1924 students23 students96%
2017–18 20 students 20 students 100%
2016–17N/AN/AN/A
3 Year Average98%

Employment Rates of Graduates

Reporting Period # of Graduates Employed from Prior Year % of Graduates Employed from Prior Year
2017–18 20/20 students 100%