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Speech-Language Pathology

This six-year (4+2) dual degree program offers students an opportunity to gain automatic acceptance into the School of Health and Medical Sciences two-year master's program in speech-language pathology. Students complete an undergraduate degree leading to a B.S.E. and NJ state certification as an elementary and a special education teacher. The undergraduate program consists of coursework in professional education; a full major in arts and sciences; five field placements in diverse education settings; and 18 credits in speech-language pathology prerequisite courses.

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Whether you are a high school student interested in applying to Seton Hall or an admitted incoming freshman, we are so happy to be a part of your college search and experience. Below are additional resources for you, which will assist you in this stage of the college admissions process.

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