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Ruskin, FL 33573
I want to learn more about Gannon University's Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program.
The Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology at Gannon University is a program designed for students to participate in a collaborative, experiential, and integrative course of study developing skills that prepare them for the highest standards of
the scope of practice in speech-language pathology. The Ruskin speech-language pathology comprehensive curriculum combines research and evidence-based clinical practice, infused with a strong multicultural component, and requires completion of six
(6) semesters of didactic and clinical coursework. Graduate students will be provided with opportunities to work alongside faculty on clinical and community research projects and service.
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The mission of the Master of Science degree program in Speech-Language Pathology at Gannon University is to foster the development of highly skilled, compassionate speech-language professionals who are dedicated to lifelong learning, leadership, and person-centered
service. The program provides holistic, evidence-based speech, language, and hearing education and healthcare for a diverse society.
Gannon University is a Catholic, Diocesan University with 90 years of rich tradition in academic excellence. This success has presented the opportunity to expand our graduate degree offerings in rehabilitative sciences through a community-based SLP program
at our Ruskin, Florida campus. With a legacy of faculty who model the mission of teaching, service, and scholarship, students learn in a university community that embraces diversity, advocacy, and global awareness.
Albert Villanueva-Reyes, Ed.D., M.Sc., CCC-SLPOffice: email@example.com
Phone: 813-658-4900Toll Free: 1-800-GANNON-U
Office Location:105 Commercial Center DriveRuskin, FL 33573
Diana Julbe-DelgadoAssistant Professor
Stephanie KaridasAssistant Professor
Rita LenhardtAssistant Professor
Felix MatiasAssistant ProfessorClinical Coordinator
Mary McDermottAssistant Professor
Deborah SchebleAssistant Professor
Albert Villanueva-ReyesProfessorProgram Director (FL)