Speech therapists, also called speech language pathologists diagnose and treat students for speech, language and related disorders. Many speech therapist provide services in elementary, secondary or post-secondary schools, helping students improve their language and communication skills, leading them to a stronger academic performance. They also work in hospitals, rehab centers and nursing homes with a wide range of speech impaired children and adults.
A speech therapist may do one or more of the following:
Get started in the right direction by earning your bachelor’s degree with speech prerequisites built into your degree in preparation for applying to a Master’s in Speech Language Pathology program.
TTI offers 3 programs: