Students demonstrate equipment in the WVU Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic

The Master of Science (MS) program in speech-language pathology provides aspiring professionals with a firm understanding of the normal processes of speech, language, and hearing and the competence to diagnose and treat the full range of communicative disorders in all age groups. 

The program provides academic and unique clinical instruction across the lifespan. Students will learn about service delivery in a variety of settings, including the opportunity to provide services via telepractice, and will gain clinical experience in healthcare and educational settings as well as in courses, in the STEPS lab, with standardized patients, and in local and regional clinical settings. In addition, students can engage in externships, interprofessional practice, and research.