Five Reasons to Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
- Speech-language pathology and audiology are consistently rated among the best careers
in today’s rapidly changing job market.
- Gain valuable research experience at Towson and develop the tools you will use in
future clinical and research practice.
- Prepare to work with a variety of patient populations from infants to the elderly
in diverse settings, such as schools, clinics, hospitals and other healthcare environments.
- Get the solid academic foundation you need to pursue graduate study leading to clinical
certification and career opportunities as a speech language pathologist or audiologist.
Clinical certification and state licensure in speech-language pathology requires the
master’s degree. State licensure in audiology requires a doctoral degree.
As an undergraduate, you can participate in internships and volunteer opportunities
that expose you to various aspects of communication across disciplines. As a graduate
student, join a team of multidisciplinary professional in unique and varied clinical
experiences that give you a first-hand look at the profession of your choice.