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Speech-Language Pathology

Technical Assistance & Staff Development

This program provides technical assistance and quality staff development that facilitates service delivery to students who have communication disorders. Another key function is to provide quality training that will enable licensed speech pathologists to remain current in their knowledge and skills as well as obtain the continuing education hours required for annual licensure renewal.
You can register for all professional development opportunities through Connect20. Detailed questions about the program may be directed to Julia Eyer.

TETN/TWU Speech-Language Pathology Master’s Degree Program via Distance Learning

ESC-20 and Texas Women’s University have formed a partnership to provide a masters level Speech and Language program. This program, fully accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, utilizes a combination of videoconferencing and web-based instruction as well as clinical experiences on school campuses, in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, rehabilitation centers and special summer camps.
More detailed information about the program can be obtained from the Texas Woman's University web page (see link below). To be considered for the TETN/TWU Speech Pathology Master's Program, all applicants are required to attend one information meeting. More detailed information can be obtained from the Texas Woman's University web page.
Additional questions regarding registration, current cycle, or possible future cycles for the TETN/TWU Program may be directed to Carlie Sutton.
Detailed questions about the program may be directed to Paula Chance.