Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Certificate

The Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Certificate offers advanced knowledge and specialized clinical training in the area of AAC, including assessment and evaluation procedures, intervention planning and strategies, implementation of technology, parent and caregiver training, and professional development experiences. 

Admission Requirements

  • Graduate school admission in Speech-Language Pathology. 

Applications for admission to the certificate program are accepted only once per year during the Fall semester. Review of applications is completed during the subsequent Spring semester. Admission is competitive.

SLPA:540Augmentative Communication3
SLPA:608Advanced Skills in Augmentative-Alternative Communication1
SLPA:613Advanced Topics in Augmentative-Alternative Communication3
SLPA:693School-based Externship: Speech Language Pathology6
Total Hours13