The School provides both professional and research training in communication sciences and disorders at the graduate level through its M.Sc. (Applied), M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees.
The goal of the M.Sc.A. program is to educate the next generation of well-prepared and innovative Speech-language pathology professionals by providing enriched classroom training, clinical laboratory activities that enhance the transition from theory to practice, and outstanding clinical practicum experiences. We are also committed to providing continuing education activities for speech and hearing professionals in the community and to working together with the Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ) to maintain the quality and integrity of the professions in Québec.
The objective of our research degrees (M.Sc. and Ph.D.) is to develop leading researchers and scholars who will go on to train future investigators in the field of communication sciences and disorders and who, through their research, will advance our understanding of the processes of human communication and its breakdown. Interdisciplinary interactions are at the core of our research training approach, which includes preparation to conduct both fundamental and clinically-applied investigations.
Prospective Student's Day
The School is planning to host a Prospective Student's Day in March 2018. We will be opening our doors to admitted MScA and PhD prospective students as well as others who want to learn more about our program. Attendees will have the chance to meet current students, faculty and staff, explore the facilities, and hear details about our programs. Please stay tuned for more details.
Studying in Montreal
Montreal is an ideal place to live while pursuing graduate studies. It’s an affordable, safe, multi-cultural, cosmopolitan city located east of Toronto, and north of New York City. Click here to read more.