MS in Speech-Language Pathology
Our speech-language pathology master’s degree prepares you to become a speech-language pathologist (SLP) with knowledge and skills that exceed national standards. Our program will inspire you to become a life-long learner and a leader in the field.
Careers & Salaries
Our accredited program prepares you to apply for Texas licensure and to earn the Certificate of Clinical Competence. These credentials open up a variety of speech-language pathologist career opportunities, such as working in a medical facility, school or a private healthcare service agency.
While salaries can vary, the median salary for an SLP is $74,680, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employment options for SLPs are growing much faster than those for most other healthcare-related professions.
- Classes held in the evenings on our Denton and Dallas campuses.
- Six diverse practicum experiences provided 2-5 days a week.
- Students start classes in summer or fall every year.
Get more information about our SLP on-campus venue option.
- Texas Education Agency funds this option to train SLPs to work in Texas schools.
- Classes held in education service centers across the state and through live webinars watchable on your home computer.
- Cohorts admitted every two years.
Get more information about our distance education venue option.
If you are fluently bilingual, you can earn this certificate while getting your master's degree.
- Certificate offered only at TWU.
- Academic classes delivered online.
- Clinical practicum (75 hours) provides hands-on experience under supervision of bilingual SLP.
Get more information about our certificate in bilingual SLP.
The Master of Science education program in Speech-Language Pathology at Texas Woman’s University is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), 2200 Research Boulevard #310, Rockville, Maryland 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700.
Accreditation student outcome information (including program completion rates, Praxis examination pass rates, employment rate of our graduate students and strategic plan and progress)
For TWU complaint procedures please see the TWU Student Handbook.
To make a public comment or for information on the ASHA complaint process regarding the graduate SLP program, please go to Council of Academic Accreditation. The information is located in the accreditation handbook.
For More Information
SLP On-Campus Advisor
SLP Distance Education Secretary