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SLP Master's Degree Program - Statewide Distance Venue - Cycle 10 Information Meetings



This information meeting is specifically for individuals interested in pursuing their master's degree in speech language pathology. Registrants will learn general information about the program as well as the detailed information and the specific criteria required for the application process. The program's purpose is to decrease the shortages of SLP's in the public schools, therefore, participants attending this informational meeting must understand that this particular program's focus is to ameliorate the shortages of slps in the schools of Texas. Additionally, attendees interested in seeking a bilingual certificate in addition to their master's degree will have an opportunity to learn more about the bilingual certificate requirements.

Pursuing a master's degree in speech pathology requires individuals who do not already have a bachelor's degree in the field to take "leveling" course work. This information will also be discussed in detail.

Participants interested in applying to the SLP Master's Degree Program - Statewide Distance Venue - Cycle 10, MUST attend one full information meeting. Cycle 10 begins in 2019 and runs through 2021.


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Session ID:
567204
Credits Available:
(0) CPE
Seats Available:
13
Fee:
$0.00 (* No Charge)
Contact Person:
Evelyn Gilson
Instructor(s):
Kasey Murillo
Audience:
Principal, Special Education Director, Speech Language Pathologist, Teacher (All Level)
Date Time Location
6/18/2018 4:45 PM - 7:45 PM Region 17 ESC - TETN
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