The Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology at Washington State University is a two-year program designed to prepare students for professional practice as speech-language pathologists. Students will complete coursework covering topics such as neurological bases of communication disorders, language assessment and intervention, voice and resonance disorders, pediatric communication and swallowing disorders, and much more. The program also features hands-on experience through clinical placements at various partner facilities across the region. With a strong emphasis on evidence-based practice, graduates from this program will be well-equipped to make a positive impact in their communities by providing quality speech and hearing services to those who need it most. With an excellent job outlook and a growing number of opportunities in the field, this program provides students with exceptional career prospects and the potential to make meaningful contributions within their chosen field.