Speech-Language Pathologists assess and treat speech and language disorders in individuals from infancy through the geriatric population. Additionally, Speech-Language Pathologists’s scope of practice includes the following areas:
- Cognitive communication disorders
- Auditory processing disorders
- Accent modfication
Prospective work settings include:
- Private practice
- Nursing care facilities
- Community clinics
- Rehabilitation centers
- Centers for persons with disabilities
For more information on a career in speech-language pathology, please visit the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association website .
- April 2013
Admitted students notified by JMU
- June 2013
Orientation at JMU
- June 2013
- JMU will be the singular university offering admission to DLVE-SLP effective with the June 2013 cohort More >
- 13 students graduated in May 2012
- Pleased to have 26 students begin DLVE-SLP in June 2011
- Our application process is now closed. Since we accept students into the DLVE-SLP program every other year, we look forward to reviewing applications again in the fall of 2014 (for admission into the summer 2015 cohort).
Welcome from Program Director
Welcome to the DLVE-SLP website. This site is designed to assist you in your search for a quality, online master’s degree program in speech-language pathology.