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The core curriculum for
the graduate program in speech-language pathology at FHSU is provided below. These courses address the following standards identified by the Council For Clinical Certification (CFCC, 2005)
These courses are offered one time a year, except for SLP 813 Evaluation and Assessment and SLP 817 Research in Health Professions. The courses for clinical education (Category B), seminars/independent study courses (Category C) and the information on the academic preparation for the educational
setting may be accessed through the links below the list of the core graduate courses.
* The SLP 817: Research in Health
Professions is a required course of the FHSU Graduate School. Students
have concurrent enrollment in SLP 814: Independent Study: Research
Development and then are enrolled in SLP 814: Independent Study:
Research Project or in SLP 899: Thesis in Speech-Language Pathology.
The graduate program in speech-language
pathology in the Department of Communication Disorders at Fort
Hays State University is nationally accredited by the Council on Academic
Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
The Department prepares students for clinical certification by ASHA and
professional Licensure by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
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