Close this search box.


Master of Science in Medical Speech-Language Pathology · MS MedSLP

Residential | Full-Time | 24 Months


This is a year-round program in which students complete 6 continuous semesters (with 2-week breaks in between). That adds up to a total of 24 months, or two years, to finish the program.
The pro bono clinic is located on our campus in our MSMedSLP building. It’s a place where people who might not have insurance or access can get the care they need. As a student, you’ll help treat kids with disorders, people with lisps or stutters, elderly patients, members of the lgbtq community who are transitioning, and other patients. Within this clinic students–as early as their first semester on campus–work with multiple patients per week under the supervision of faculty.

During the first year of the program, you will work closely with our highly trained clinical educators onsite in our pro-bono clinic or affiliated community sites.  In addition our clinical education team will work with you to determine where you will be placed for the second year rotations (there are three, Fall2 Winter 2 Summer 2.)  Students will put in effort to apply for externship opportunities, while the clinical coordinator team assists in assigning the externships. While there is no guarantee that you will be assigned to your first choice, student input is strongly considered.

We accept approximately 35 students per cohort.

Yes, we do rolling admissions. This means that as we receive application materials and conduct interviews, we will continuously accept students throughout the recruitment cycle.

No. The only application is CSDCAS.

Students who meet the minimum GPA requirement are first considered for enrollment. We do, however, consider candidates whose GPA falls just short of the minimum.

No, the GRE is not required as part of your application. If you would still like to submit your scores, you may, but it is not a requirement.

We accept students from all over the nation and have no regulations regarding how many in-state or out-of-state students we must accept.

Yes. Courses can be taken at any institute of higher education or online as long as they satisfy our prerequisite requirements.

Letter of recommendations, GRE scores, and some prerequisites can be pending or in progress when you submit your application. Submit your letter of recommendation requests to your references by the time you apply, and have GRE scores sent directly to RMUoHP using the school code 7713. Any in progress prerequisites must be completed before the program start date in September, and you must resubmit official transcripts that reflect your completion of those courses.

Program Accreditation

The Master of Science program in Speech-Language Pathology (MS-SLP) residential education program in speech-language pathology, at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2200 Research Boulevard, #310, Rockville, MD 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700

The MS MedSLP program to hold a public meeting for accreditation site visit on May 15, 2024 at 5 p.m. For full details for attending and providing public comment, please download the 2024 Public Meeting Notice.