CDIS Graduate Open House
CDIS GRADUATE PROGRAM PRESENTATION
BGSU CDIS will be participating in the 2022 Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association (OSLHA) virtual Graduate Fair on Saturday, October 29th. To register for this FREE event go to: https://www.ohioslha.org/students/gradfairregister/
BGSU's Master’s in Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Four academic semesters of on-campus study (classes and practicum) with the fifth semester devoted to a full-time, off-campus externship
- Classroom and clinical education across the scope of practice
- Accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
- 100% Praxis Exam Pass Rate
- Optional opportunity to meet Ohio requirements for school licensure
- RA/TA assistantships available based on merit. Typically includes tuition scholarship and stipend for the first two semesters.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, graduate program decisions regarding: 1) in-person vs remote classes, and 2) in-person therapy and tele-practice, are being made one semester at a time. This means that we have not yet determined the format of the Fall 2021 semester.
Currently, most of the graduate courses are being taught in a remote format. There are a few classes being taught as hybrid (class meetings are in-person and also remote) with all students having the option of exclusively remote sessions. We do not know if the university will continue to offer all classes with a remote option next year.
Our Speech & Hearing Clinic is open and student clinicians are seeing clients both in-person and via tele-practice. This, of course, could change quickly should the President of United States, Governor of the State of Ohio or President of BGSU determine that all in-person activities be cancelled. Off-site externships continue as usual and there is not an option of doing the two semesters of externships ‘remotely’.
Updated: 10/31/2022 02:54PM