The Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2008-09 Edition, is an excellent resource for information on the Speech Language Pathologist profession. You can also read about Speech Language Pathologists on ExploreHealthCareers.org.
Most speech-language-pathologist jobs require a masters degree. Students must also complete a clinical fellowship after graduate school.
Students must have completed coursework in neurology, dysphasia, phonology, language and diagnostic assessment, and have completed a previous outside placement and have worked with children. Prior to approval for a clinical experience, an interview may be required, as well as a cover letter and resume.
Length of Clinical Experience
Approximately 3-5 days per week for 3 months
Clinical Tracks at BMC
Rehabilitation Services – Pediatrics
Inpatient Rehabilitation - Adults
Outpatient Rehabilitation - Adults
BMC is affiliated with the following institution/s for this program:
Professional Associations and Other Information