Communication Sciences and Disorders, MS
New York City
Master the Skills to Make a Difference
Enter the dynamic field of communication sciences and disorders in one the world’s greatest multi-cultural hubs. Our graduate-level, professional degree will offer you offer an exciting host of opportunities to further your knowledge and enable you to emerge fully prepared to truly make a difference as a speech-language pathologist.
Gain Experience in Our On-Site Clinic
Facilities include an on-site Speech and Hearing Center, audiology test suite, and technology-rich speech lab with state-of-the-art equipment. Graduates from the master’s program will be eligible for American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) certification. Graduates of the program are prepared to sit for the PRAXIS examination in speech-language pathology.
Take Courses Like…
CSD 652 Communication Disorders: Autism, which provides a foundation for understanding of communication problems experienced by individuals on the autism spectrum; CSD 660 Dysphagia, a course that explores assessment and treatment of swallowing disorders in children and adults; and CSD 670 Neurosciences for Communication Sciences and Disorders.
- CSD 670 Neuroscience for Communication Sciences and Disorders
- CSD 652 Communication Disorders: Autism
- CSD 660 Dysphagia
Graduates of this program are highly competent speech-language pathologists who have mastered the skills necessary to diagnose and treat clients with a broad range of communication and swallowing disorders.
"My experience as a Pace University student has been incredible. Pace University’s CSD program has already opened doors for me, and I am excited for what’s to come in the future in my career as a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist." —LaChana Flanders ’20
Choose Your Career
Graduates from Pace University have gone on to become speech-language pathologists in a variety of settings, including educationally and medically oriented settings.
Graduates are employed in various settings including schools, agencies, and skilled nursing facilities, among others.
projected job growth for speech-language pathologist jobs projected through 2029