M.A. IN COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS (degree name)
The Master of Arts Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders, offered by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, provides an outstanding foundation for building a career as a speech-language pathologist. Expected time of study is 2 to 2.5 years. The outstanding strength of the CSD Program at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) lies in its full-time and diverse faculty members, who are respected nationally for their expertise in the diagnosis and management of communication disorders. The program takes pride in offering graduate seminars that are taught by doctoral level faculty. We provide a wide range of clinical practica experience (child, adult, audiology, school and medical setting, transgender voice communication, and augmentative and alternative communication). A multicultural certificate option is available starting in Spring 2021.
The CSD Program at CSUF also provides benefits through its relationship with the community for extended education and practica experience. We provide our students a strong association with a large number of hospitals, schools, and private practice clinics in the community. We have faculty members who are part of the university-wide Interdisciplinary Practice and Education (IPP/E) in addition to coordinating with the Center for Internships and Community-Engagement (CICE) to integrate service-learning and community-based research into their courses. Our program benefits from its association with national agencies that govern and serve the field.
The master’s degree program in speech-language pathology at California State University, Fullerton is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 220 Research Boulevard, #310, Rockville, MD 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700.
Dr. HyeKyeung Seung
College Park 425-1
Phone: (657) 278-7602
For additional information on the graduate program, an application, or to check the status of an application, please contact the graduate advisor Dr. Ying-Chiao Tsao.
College Park, 420-29
Phone: (657) 278-5307
The Master of Arts in Communication Sciences Disorders (CSD) is designed to:
- Ensure the pre-eminence of learning by addressing the knowledge and skill areas delineated in the appropriate ASHA Standards for the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology;
- Provide a high-quality program by ongoing identification of the most appropriate student learning outcomes;
- Incorporate formative and summative assessment instruments to evaluate student achievement; and
- Create an environment where students have opportunities to succeed.
- Postbac Application - Application Process Timeline for Postbac
- Frequently Asked Questions for Postbac
- Instructions for NEW CSU APPLY
-Application Checklist for CSD Postbac Program
-The 12 CSD Prerequisites
- MA Application
-Application Process Timeline for M.A
-Frequently Asked Questions for M.A
- Application Checklist for CSD M.A. Program
- CSD M.A. Online Application Procedures
-M.A. Admission Requirements M.A. Admission Procedures
- Fall 2021 M.A. Application Decision Letter
- Current MA Student
- M.A. Program Handbook in CSD
- Knowledge and Skills Acquisition (KASA)
- Program Special Features
- Program Requirements
- Faculty Members
- Student Activities
- Career in Communicative Disorders
- Student Outcome Data
- Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic
- Strategic Plan 2020 Executive Summary