Speech-Language Pathology Program

The Molloy College Speech-Language Pathology Program will lead students to an exciting and rewarding career, where they will study human communication and its disorders. This is a comprehensive, yet dynamic program designed to graduate competent and caring clinicians adept at integrating theory and practice. Molloy graduates are well prepared to join the community of professionals providing services to a diverse population.

The philosophy of the Molloy College Communication Sciences and Disorders Department is to encourage a student-centered learning environment. This unique feature of Molloy's program focuses on each individual student's needs, abilities and interests, with the professor acting as catalyst. Each student is charged with being an active learner in the academic experience. Molloy's small class sizes and individualized clinical placements, provide for a rich learning experience within a small and caring community environment.

The diverse research interests and areas of expertise of Molloy faculty members provide students with many opportunities. Since the faculty are both scholars and clinicians, they often invite students to be involved in their research, present at conferences, participate in community outreach activities,and participate in diverse clinical experiences. Additionally, they are more than pleased to foster any research interests and projects students may suggest. Creativity, new ideas and hard work towards personal goals are welcomed and encouraged.

Graduate students are invited to become members of the Molloy College Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA). Participation in NSSHLA will facilitate your personal and professional growth by exposing students to broad pre-professional experiences.

Additional information: Graduate Speech-Language Pathology