We encourage you to learn more about what makes Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions’ MS SLP program different from other masters of speech-language pathology programs. Our MS SLP students receive instruction and hands-on experiences performing Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) assessments and provide skilled intervention. Students will have the opportunity to work with AAC users and their families during clinical experiences, in schools, and in medical settings.
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions’ Speech-Language Pathology master’s program focuses on advanced coursework that will prepare graduates as Speech-Language Pathologists to work in settings such as hospitals, clinics, and acute care rehab facilities. Our students are prepared to work in medical settings and to assess, diagnose, treat, and help to prevent oral motor, swallowing, cognitive-linguistic, speech, and language disorders. Graduates of our medical MS SLP program are eligible to sit for national certification as a speech-language pathologist (i.e., the CCC-SLP).