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What schools in my area offer a degree in speech therapy?

I am currently a junior at a school in North Andover, Mass. studying Biology. I would like to move on and get my masters in speech therapy, but I am having a hard time finding schools that offer it. #speech-pathology #speech-language #speech-therapy #speech-language-pathology #speech-pathologist

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Alyssa’s Answer

Hey! This is an awesome tool that I think you will find really helpful! https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search

It let's you put in all sorts of filters that might apply to you and it makes a list of schools that fit your criteria! I found 9 schools within 300 miles of the area you're in that have SLP programs.(Hunter, East Stroudsburg, Elmira College, Elms, Emerson, Ithica, La Salle, Molley College, & Pace) When you're in Big Future you're going to be searching for a Speech-Language Pathologist(SLP) not Speech Therapy. If you type in Speech it'll pop up as an option to click on.

Also, talk to your academic adviser. Ask them for insight. They will hopefully have some knowledge of where previous students attended Grad School! I wish you the best in your school search!

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T.’s Answer

Congratulations on such an exciting field! Our national certification organization has resources for students for all levels from high school through graduate level. There are over 300 institutions listed on the American Speech Language Hearing Association website regarding masters level programs > http://www.asha.org/edFind/search.aspx

Here is a link regarding more information about the field: http://www.asha.org/Students/undergraduate-students/

Have you joined the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association? They usually give you guidance on the schools that offer speech language pathology graduate school programs.

Further, there is a list of schools by state that offer masters level programs listed on the website: asha.org