Explore our degree options to find what you need for a career in the dynamic field of communication sciences and disorders.

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Online program designed for students to obtain the prerequisite courses necessary to work in our field as an SLPA or pursue a graduate degree in speech-language pathology. Bridge Program application Program Inquiry

Earn your master’s while getting in-person clinical practicum experience in an online-hybrid learning environment in your own Florida town.

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Prepare for a professional career in speech-language pathology with our superior education and clinical instruction.

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Learn how to conduct clinical research, prepare for a career in academia, or succeed in leadership roles within the field of speech-language pathology.

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Discover the extraordinary opportunities available through a career in communication sciences and disorders while preparing for further graduate studies in the field.

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Acquire a foundation of knowledge regarding developmental disabilities through this certificate program.

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American Sign Language is the natural, complete, and linguistically unique language of the American Deaf community. The ASL program at Florida State University is housed within the School of Communication Science and Disorders.

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Communication Science & Disorders students study the nature and development of our communication abilities, a central aspect of the human condition. They also learn about communication disorders which involve impairments in hearing, speech, voice, resonance, fluency, swallowing, and language processes.

Disorders of human communication affect millions of Americans and cut across the entire life span. An estimated 1 in 6 individuals will suffer from a communication impairment in their lifetime. Audiologists assess and treat individuals with hearing loss. Speech-language pathologists identify, prevent, evaluate, and treat individuals with communication disorders. The growing number of people with communication impairments reflects a need for qualified audiologists and speech-language pathologists, known as SLPs, to serve the populace.

About the College

While we are FSU’s newest College, our roots run deep and each of our three Schools – Communication, Communication Science & Disorders, and Information — has a proud history of academic achievement, research and service by faculty, students and alumni.

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Three Schools
Tallahassee, Florida
Public university, public mission
Accreditation statement: The School of Communication Science and Disorders’ Master of Science M.S. (both residential and Distance Learning) education program in speech-language pathology at Florida State University is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2200 Research Boulevard, #310, Rockville, MD 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700.