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Program Options in SLP

If you’re looking to become a leader in the field of speech-language pathology, look no further than the Department of Speech-Language Pathology program at Southern University. Here, you’ll develop the skills necessary to provide speech-language services to children and adults. Through evidence-community-based clinical practicum experiences, service-learning opportunities, and a curriculum that emphasizes ethics, you’ll become a well-rounded clinician with a true passion for helping others.

The Department of Speech-Language Pathology at Southern University offers undergraduate, post bachelor’s program and graduate programs for students who are passionate about helping children and adults overcome a broad range of communication disorders across the lifespan. With an emphasis on an ethical, global, and culturally sensitive approach, the SLP programs equip students with the skills needed to identify and treat individuals with a number of communication and swallowing disorders.

Undergraduate Programs

Students who pursue a bachelor of science in SLP may be prepared for graduate work in speech-language pathology, audiology, special education, deaf education, and numerous other fields. Undergraduate coursework provides a broad scientific base for understanding typical development of the basic human communication and swallowing processes, as well as an introduction to the study of disorders of communication.

Master of Science

The Master of Science program prepares students to offer quality speech-language services in a variety of settings and facilities. The graduate program provides the required coursework and elective options that students need to assess and treat both pediatric and adult clients. Coupled with real-world clinical experiences, the graduate curriculum develops students into well-rounded, compassionate clinicians dedicated to the service of others in the field of speech-language pathology.

For more information, the graduate program overview or the graduate course sequence.



Contact Dr. Patricia Minnis at 225-771-2523, 225-771-2449, or