Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Student Clinicians
The Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) program at the Institute is nationally recognized as in the top 10% of academic programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
The CSD program provides a Master of Science Degree in Speech Pathology to students interested in becoming speech-language pathologists (SLPs).
To work as an SLP in most states, including Massachusetts, a master’s degree is required. As part of their graduate education, all students must complete “clinical practicum” experiences at local hospitals, schools, rehabilitation centers, etc. The Aphasia Center in the Dr. Charles A. and Ann Sanders IMPACT Practice Center at the MGH Institute serves as one of these sites. Each semester, at least seven graduate students are assigned to work in the Aphasia Center. The students are in their second year of graduate school.