The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, within McGill’s renowned Faculty of Medicine, was the first university department in Canada to offer both professional and research training at the graduate level in Communication Sciences and Disorders. The School offers outstanding professional training in Speech-Language Pathology through its M.Sc.A Applied degree, as well as state-of-the-art research training via its M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees.
The mission of the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders is to advance our understanding of human communication and its disorders and to promote excellence in scholarship as well as in professional service. This is achieved by providing a challenging multidisciplinary learning environment and engaging in scholarly activities that not only advance basic and applied knowledge, but that will ensure our place among the international leaders of the field.
Speech-Language Pathology - M.Sc.A
The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers exceptional professional training leading to a Master of Science (Applied) degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with specialization in Speech-Language Pathology.
Research Training - Ph.D and M.Sc
Our interdisciplinary research training programs provide a unique opportunity for integrated learning. Our students develop the skills and expertise necessary to conceive and conduct innovative, independent research and to prepare for a career of lifelong scholarship.
- Exam Schedule for Fall 2014 is now available.
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