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- Undergrads, here's your Undergraduate Advising Manual!
- Grads, here's your Graduate Advising Manual
- Student Forms
- Join NSSLHA!
- Department Blog
- Job Announcements
- Program Calendar
- Workshops and Continuing Education Courses
- Scholarship Opportunities
- Procedures for Complaint
Visit the Undergraduate Advising Manual for information about the following:
- About the Bachelor's Degree
- Declaring SLHS as a Major
- Criteria for Advancement in the Program
- Description of Courses
- Required courses in biological sciences, physical sciences, statistics, and the social/behavioral sciences
- General Education Upper Division Requirements
- Course Sequence
- Serve as a Clinic Aide
- ePortfolio Guide
- Graduation Requirements
- Applying to the SLHS Graduate Program at SFSU
- M.S. Degree Requirements
- Conditional Graduate Status
- Proposed Yearly Schedule of Courses
- Five Year Limit for Degree Completion
- Description of Courses
- Schedule for Classified Students (School in Fall)
- Schedule for Classified Students (Medical in Fall)
- Grading Policy
- Clinical Practicum Requirements
- Preparing for On-Campus Clinical Practica
- Preparing for School Internships
- Preparing for Medical Internships
- Clinical Clock Hours
- Application for Graduation
- Written English Proficiency Requirement
- Exam, English Examination for Foreign Students
- Exam, Praxis II in Speech-Language Pathology
- Culminating Experience Requirement
- Exam, Master's Comprehensive
- Master's Thesis
- Knowledge and Skills Acquisition (KASA)
- Graduation ePortfolio
- Advancement to Candidacy (ATC)
- Licensure for California State
- Credentials, Speech-Language Pathology Services
- ASHA's Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC)
- Job Announcements
- Complaint Against Graduate Education Program, Procedures
The SFSU chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a highly active student-run service organization in the Bay Area and an indispensible partner to the SLHS department. There are many benefits to joining NSSLHA, including:
- Developing and demonstrating your leadership skills
- Building community and making friends with others in the program
- Providing community service in the Bay Area
- Putting your classroom knowledge to practice
- Receiving event announcements and job listings
Participation in NSSLHA offers many experiences that are important for job readiness and preparation for graduate school. For more information, contact SFSU NSSLHA. Join the SFSU NSSLHA Group on Facebook.
Many employers target SLHS students because of your background in communication, education, developmental, and medical needs. Some of these announcements are for part time work and do not require an M.S. degree, while others are specific to new graduates looking for Clinical Fellowships. Job announcements received by the SLHS department are posted on the job announcement page.
There are many important dates to keep track of every semester. A SLHS Department Calendar has been developed to track all events and deadlines related to the SLHS department. It will be updated regularly.
The Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences and the SFSU chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) provide workshops and Continuing Education events throughout the academic year for students, members of the community, speech-language pathologists, and other professionals. We provide Certificate of Maintenance hours, accepted by ASHA to fulfill continuing education (CE) requirements. Please visit http://slhs.sfsu.edu/comdis/workshops to see a listing of our current and upcoming events.
A listing of available scholarships is available at http://slhs.sfsu.edu/comdis/scholarships. Students are encouraged to apply. Meet with an advisor to get support.
A complaint may be made to the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) about any accredited program or program in candidacy status may be submitted by any student, instructional staff member, speech-language pathologist, audiologist, and/or member of the public.
Criteria for Complaints Against Graduate Education Programs. For a complaint to be considered by the CAA, it must:
(a) be against an accredited education program or program in Candidacy status in speech-language pathology and/or audiology,
(b) relate to the Standards for Accreditation of Graduate Education Programs in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, and specify where possible the relevant standards, and
(c) include verification and documentation (e.g., copies of grievance processes, communications verifying completion of processes, etc.) if the complaint is from a student or faculty/instructional staff member at that institution, that the complainant exhausted all relevant institutional grievance and review mechanisms before submitting a complaint to the CAA, if relevant to the complaint.
The complaint must clearly describe the specific nature of the complaint and the relationship of the complaint to the accreditation standards, and provide supporting data for the charge. The burden of proof rests with the complainant. All written testimony must include the complainant's name, address, and telephone contact information and the complainant's relationship to the program in order for the Accreditation Office to verify and communicate with the source of the complaint.
Complaints against a program may be submitted even if separate action is pending against the program by another body, except as outlined above.
For more information, see the (American Speech-Learning Hearing Association) ASHA website re: complaints. All complaints must be signed and submitted in writing to the Chair, Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, American Speech Language-Hearing Association, 2200 Research Boulevard #310, Rockville, Maryland 20850. Complaints will not be accepted by e-mail or facsimile.