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NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS


1. SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY MASTER’S DEGREE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
2. SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ASSISTANT (SLPA) EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
3. AUDIOLOGY MASTER’S & DOCTORAL DEGREE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS


SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY MASTER’S DEGREE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Graduation from a master’s degree program is required to be licensed to practice as a speech/language pathologist in North Carolina. Undergraduate degrees in speech/hearing are available from many colleges, but bachelor’s degrees in education, psychology, or other related fields are acceptable for entry to many master’s degree programs. Contact the undergraduate schools of your choice to determine if they offer an appropriate academic program to prepare you for entry into a master’s level course of study in speech/language pathology.


Appalachian State University
Dept. of Language, Reading & Exceptionalities
124 Edwin Duncan Hall, Box 32085
Boone, NC 28608
828-262-2182
www.lre.appstate.edu

East Carolina University
Dept. of Communication Sciences & Disorders
School of Allied Health Sciences
Greenville, NC 27858
252-328-4404
www.ecu.edu

North Carolina Central University
Department of Communication Disorders
712 Cecil Street
Durham, NC 27707
919-530-7473
www.nccu.edu

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences
CB #7190,Wing D, Medical School
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
919-966-1006
www.unc.edu

University of North Carolina - Greensboro
Communication Sciences & Disorders
300 Ferguson Building, UNCG - Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402
336-334-5184
www.uncg.edu

Western Carolina University
Communication Disorders Program
Dept. of Human Services Killian Boulevard
Cullowhee, NC 28723
828-227-7310
www.wcu.edu

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SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ASSISTANT (SLPA) EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

Two-year associate degree programs for students entering the speech/language pathology field as well as a transition track for students who hold a bachelors degree are offered at community colleges. Completion of one of these two programs qualifies graduates to sit for the competency test required for registering with the NC Board of Examiners for Speech/Language Pathologists and Audiologists.


Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute
2855 Hickory Boulevard
Hudson, NC 28638
828-726-2200
www.cccti.edu
Awards in collaboration with: Catawba Valley Community College, Mitchell Community College, Western Piedmont Community College, and Wilkes Community College

Fayetteville Technical Community College
P.O. Box 35236
Fayetteville, NC 28303
910-678-8400
www.faytechcc.edu
Awards in collaboration with: Bladen Community College, Brunswick Community College, Central Carolina Community College, and James Sprunt Community College

Forsyth Technical Community College
2100 Silas Creek Parkway
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
336-723-0371
www.forsythtech.edu
Awards in collaboration with: Surry Community College

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AUDIOLOGY MASTER’S & DOCTORAL DEGREE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

Graduation from a master’s degree program is required to be licensed to practice as an audiologist in North Carolina. Undergraduate degrees in speech/hearing are available from many colleges, but bachelor’s degrees in education, psychology, or other related fields are acceptable for entry to many master’s degree programs. Graduates of graduate level audiology programs must pass the Praxis examination.

Contact the undergraduate schools of your choice to determine if they offer an appropriate academic program to prepare you for entry into a master’s level course of study in audiology.


East Carolina University
Dept. of Communication Sciences & Disorders
School of Allied Health Sciences
Greenville, NC 27858
252-328-4404
www.ecu.edu
Master’s Degree - Audiology

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences
CB# 7190,Wing D, Medical School
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
919-966-1006
www.unc.edu
Master’s Degree - Audiology
Doctoral Degree - Audiology

University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Communication Sciences & Disorders
300 Ferguson Building, UNCG - Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402
336-334-5184
www.uncg.edu
Master’s Degree - Audiology

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