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The Communication Sciences and Disorders certificate program is a 2 semester program designed to prepare students for entering into a graduate program in the field of speech-language pathology.
Students entering the certificate program already have a bachelor's degree in a different field, but do not have the necessary undergraduate coursework to apply for a master's degree program in speech-language pathology.
A variety of students participate in this program. These include:
Our certificate program will provide you with academic coursework necessary for applying to any speech-language pathology graduate program, including the M.A. program at SUNY Plattsburgh. Please see the speech-language pathology graduate program for more information.
Depending on your undergraduate coursework, you may need additional coursework required by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) for professional certification. You and your academic advisor will work closely together to develop your curriculum.
Housing grants (up to $2,500 per year) are available for international and out-of-state students who are accepted into the certificate program. This grant only is provided for on-campus housing.
|Academic Year||Percent Completing Program|
|Three Year Average: 87%|
Note: Admission is limited to the 12 highest qualified students every fall. Deadline for application is April 1st.
If you would like more information about communication sciences and disorders at SUNY Plattsburgh please contact:
Patrick Coppens, Ph.D., Interim Chair
Office: Sibley Hall 222C
Phone: (518) 564-2173