LinguineLinguistics Posted August 18, 2019 Share Posted August 18, 2019 Hey all! So, in the final semester of my master’s in linguistics, I heard about this SLP thing. I was also currently nannying for a two year old with a speech delay who was just beginning therapy. All this information collided into me going “Yes! THAT’s what I want to do: study early language development and brain development and trauma; diagnose; and treat language disorders. But now I have an undergraduate degree in English and the general master’s in linguistics. How can I turn this into eligibility to apply for SLP licensure (and, obviously, gain the information about being an SLP that wasn’t included in my general linguistics course) in a way that won’t take two+ years? Thoughts? Are there certifications that can like “round out” the linguistics degree? Can I take a few random course, like, “adding onto” the linguistics degree? Thanks for your time and any thoughts/help. L Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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