American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Multicultural/Bilingual Emphasis Programs

Historically Black Colleges and Universities | Multicultural/Bilingual Emphasis Program

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Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Alabama A & M University*
Elizabeth City State University
Grambling State University
Hampton University*
Howard University*
Jackson State University
Norfolk State University
North Carolina Central University*
Shaw University
South Carolina State University*
Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College*
Tennessee State University*
University of the District of Columbia*
Xavier University

* Starred programs are graduate programs; others are pre-professional.

Multicultural/Bilingual Emphasis Programs

American Indian Professional Training in Speech Pathology and Audiology
University of Arizona

Bilingual Certificate Program in Speech-Language Pathology
San Diego State University

Bilingual Certification Program in Speech-Language Pathology (English/Spanish)
University of Texas at El Paso

Bilingual Communication Disorders Project
University of Texas at Austin

Bilingual Emphasis Program in Communication Disorders
University of Texas Pan American

Bilingual English-Spanish Certificate (BIES) in Speech-Language Pathology
Marquette University

Bilingual/Bicultural Emphasis Track
Teachers College, Columbia University

Bilingual Extension Institute
Teachers College, Columbia University

Bilingual Extension to the MA Degree or to the New York State Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped Certificate
St. John's University

Bilingual (English/Spanish) & Multicultural Cognates in Communication Disorders
Texas State University

Bilingual Multicultural Emphasis Certificate Program Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
University of Minnesota–Twin Cities

Bilingual Program in Speech-Language Pathology
New Mexico State University

Bilingual Speech-Language Pathology Program for Bilingual Students
San Jose State University

Bilingual Training Program
Arizona State University

Cultural Interfacing: Preparation of Personnel to Work with Native Americans
Washington State University

Cultural Linguistic Diversity Infusion and a Bilingual Specialty Track
Florida International University

Cultural/Linguistic Program Emphasis with Bilingual Options
California State University, Long Beach

Graduate Studies in Bilingual/Bicultural Speech-Language Pathology
Texas Christian University

Hispanic Emphasis Program
Temple University

Leadership Preparation in Communication Disorders and Cultural Diversity:
Interdisciplinary Training for Maternal and Child Health
Howard University

Multicultural 2000 Project: Training Speech-Language Pathologists to Serve Multicultural Populations
Howard University

Multicultural Doctoral Program (MDP)
University of Illinois–Urbana

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Native American Training Program in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

University of Kansas

Preparation of Personnel for Careers in Special Education
Saint Louis University

Speciality Certificate in Bilingual Speech-Language Pathology: Spanish Language Focus
University of Redlands

Speciality Preparation for Speech-Language Pathologists to work with deaf and hard-of-hearing children and youth
Nazareth College

Speech-Language Pathology, Bilingual/Multicultural Emphasis Bilingual Specialization
Bilingual Extension to the New York State Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities
Long Island University/Brooklyn Campus

Speech Therapy Education, Practicum, and Services for Latino Children and Families (STEPS)
Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana

Training Early Intervention and Preschool Personnel
Saint Louis University

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