The non-clinical M.S. in Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences provides, at the discretion of the department, a degree in Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences for full-time students who will not pursue the standard curriculum in audiology or speech-language pathology that would lead to obtaining the credentials required for clinical practice (e.g. ASHA certification, state licensure, etc.). Interested students should contact the department for details about this program.

Please refer to the Clinical Doctorate in Audiology, Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology, and Ph.D. in Hearing, Speech, Language Sciences curricula. The non-clinical M.S. in Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences could be a combination of courses from the three programs with additional independent studies and special topics courses.