Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology plan of work

This sample plan of work represents one path to degree completion and does not guarantee graduation by the proposed timeline subject to student performance and class availability. Students are advised to meet with their advisor to develop an individualized plan of work.

Plans

Instructions

  1. Complete the plan of work form. 
  2. Submit the form along with a copy of your WSU transcript to your major department advisor for departmental approval.
  3. The major department will submit the completed and signed plan of work form to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Graduate Office, 2155 Old Main, for the dean's approval.

Forms

Plan requirements

Fall semester one

Course # Title Credits
SLP 6360 Clinical Practice in SLP 3
SLP 6640 Lang. Development and Disorders Infants and Preschool 3
SLP 7380 The Clinical Process: SLP 3
SLP 7630 Neuroscience of Comm Dis 4
SLP 7000 Research Methods in CSD 1
Total 14

Winter semester one

Course # Title Credits
SLP 6360 Clinical Practice in SLP 3
SLP 7100 Research Methods: EBP 1
SLP 7600 Phonological Disorders 3
SLP 7680 Acquired Linguistic and Cognitive Disorders: Adults 4
SLP 7610 Stuttering 3
Total 14

Spring/summer semester one

Course # Title Credits
SLP 6360 Clinical Practice in SLP     3
SLP 7590 Dysphagia 3
SLP 7520 Counseling 1
SLP 7621 Craniofacial Syndromes 2
     
Total 9

Fall semester two

Course # Title Credits
SLP 6360 Clinical Practice in SLP 3
SLP 7155 Special Topics: MC/Bilingual Issues 1-4
SLP 7155 Special Topics: AAC 1-4
SLP 7620 Voice Disorders 2-3
SLP 7640 Language Disorders: School Age Populations 3
SLP 7660 Neuromuscular Speech Disorders 3
Total 13-20

Winter semester two

Course # Title Credits
SLP 7630 Internship in SLP 3
SLP 7320 Professional Issues in SLP 1
SLP 7700 Adv. Research Methods 1
Total 5