Spanish Bilingual Program in Speech- Language Pathology
At Indiana University
Do you speak Spanish fluently?
Do you want a rewarding career helping people learn to communicate?
Are you looking for a graduate program that combines a strong academic curriculum, real-‐ world experience with Spanish speakers, clinical practicum and the opportunity for community outreach?
If so, then the Indiana University Speech Therapy Education, Practicum, and Services for Latino Children and Families (STEPS) program in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences is a great program for you!
As part of the M.A. in Speech and Hearing Sciences, our program offers unique academic courses about communication in bilingual populations and specific coursework about Spanish-‐English language development and disorders. In addition, students will deliver speech-‐language pathology clinical services to mono-‐ and bilingual Spanish speakers, both in our clinic and in real-‐world settings, under the supervision of an experienced bilingual speech-‐language pathologist. Speech-‐language services can include helping children learn to talk, training individuals with disabilities to produce speech sounds, helping victims of stroke or traumatic brain injury, working with individuals with autism, and much more! The opportunity to participate in the delivery of parent training and professional development seminars, as well as collaboration with area agencies is also available. This blend of experiences is unparalleled in the Midwest!
To be eligible, you must first apply to the IU Master’s program in Speech and Hearing Sciences. All interested students fluent in Spanish are encouraged to apply! For more information, please visit our website at: