Student Outcome Data for Speech-Language Pathology

Communication Sciences and Disorders

» M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology

Student Outcome Data

  Praxis Pass Rate* Employment Rate Graduation Rate
Academic Year Number Passing / Number Taking Percent Passing Number Employed / Number Graduated Percent Employed Number Graduated / Number Starting Percent Graduating
Residential Program
2014-2015 54/58 93% 74/74 100% 74/77 96%
2013-2014 53/55 96% 68/68 100% 68/71 96%
2012-2013 47/52 90% 70/70 100% 70/78 90%
Satellite Programs
2014-2015 15/17 88% 17/17 100% 17/18 94%
2013-2014 20/21 95% 21/21 100% 21/21 100%
2012-2013 24/24 100% 28/28 100% 28/29 97%

Students maintain their own Knowledge and Skills Assessment Form (KASA). The KASA, along with reflective clients studies/self-evaluations and other academic and clinical artifacts are kept in a student-maintained portfolio.

To apply for NYS license as a Speech-Language Pathologist and the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from ASHA, students must pass the Praxis exam (currently score 600 or better).

*Please Note: Graduates do not all take the Praxis exam the same year they graduate; many obtain jobs without having completed the Praxis exam. Therefore, the number taking the exam differs from the number graduating.

Data are reported as of August of each Academic year.

 
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