UW-Stevens Point Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders-Speech and Language Pathology graduates at work
- Katara (Kaiser) Tabaka '10, '12 Speech Language Pathologist at Big Stone Therapies in Milbank, SD
- Jennifer Sabally, M.S. '13 Speech Language Pathologist at Tomah Area School District
- Tessa Heckel M.S. '10Assistive Communication Technology/AAC Specialist/Pediatric SLP at Cerebral Palsy Inc. in Green Bay
Choose Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders-Speech and Language Pathology at UW-Stevens Point
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (UWSP) School of School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) offers the Master of Science (M.S.) degree with specialization in speech and language pathology. The master’s degree program at UW-Stevens Point in speech and language pathology is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). 2200 Research Boulevard #310, Rockville, Maryland 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700.
General Information for all applicants
|Overall GPA Average ||3.71|
|In-major GPA Average ||3.82|
|GRE Quantitative Percentile Average||37th|
|GRE Verbal Percentile Average||49th|
|GRE Written Percentile Average||56th|
Career opportunities in Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders-Speech and Language Pathology
UW-Stevens Point has a 100 percent pass rate for the PRAXIS exam in speech-language pathology and 100 percent of our graduates are employed within a few months of graduation. Our alumni are currently located from coast to coast in a variety of work settings including universities, hospitals, public schools, birth-to-three, skilled nursing facilities and private clinics.
Building your résumé
Clinical training in speech and language pathology may begin at the undergraduate level and continues throughout graduate school in clinical practica experiences at the UW-Stevens Point Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic
, off-campus sites such as St. Michael’s Hospital, as well as other hospitals, private practices, birth-to-three programs, and skilled nursing facilities in the area. The clinical experience culminates with a full-time externship during the final semester of the graduate program.
Outside the classroom
Students gain valuable experiences and build relationships with fellow students, professors, staff and community members when they participate in events with our student organizations
such as annual highway cleanup, help plan a fall festival, volunteer at a head start preschool, spend time with nursing home residents or attend our annual spring picnic.
Student support services
Graduate coursework is taught by experts in the field and covers all areas required by the 2014 ASHA Standards for Certification.
of the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders helps facilitate your progress through the graduate program. They advise graduate students during their program to meet requirements for graduation, ASHA certification and, if desired, DPI licensure. The staff also coordinate student's applications for graduate school.