Licensure may be required to practice as a speech-language pathologist in the state that you choose to live. Requirements vary from state to state, with respect to types of clinical hours, settings, and course requirements. A given state also may require additional education courses to be allowed to work in a state’s school districts.
The following documents provide students with state-by-state information in regard to the Baylor Communication Science and Disorder program curriculum meeting requirements for licensing as well as contact information with general licensure information. Although all state licensing and education boards have been reviewed by the Baylor CSD Department for program adherence, it is up to each student to review the boards and be knowledgeable of all requirements.
Professional Licensure Disclosure
Baylor University discloses that Online and Residential Master of Science (M.S.) in Communication Sciences and Disorders program will fulfill state/territory educational requirements for professional licenses. See link below for additional information.