As a full-time Speech@NYU student, you may be able to earn your degree in as few as six or seven terms. Your length of study will depend on the number of foundation courses you need to complete before beginning graduate-level courses. If you are admitted to the program, Speech@NYU faculty will review your transcripts and undergraduate course work to determine the number of foundation courses you need to complete.
Each foundation course is available online through the program.
Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Swallow Mechanism
Neurological Bases of Cognition, Behavior, and Communication
Science of Language
Speech Development and Disorders
Language Development and Disorders in Children
Introduction to Audiology and Aural Rehabilitation
View the full-time plan of study without foundation courses below.
Sample Full-Time Plan of Study with No Foundation Courses Required
Below is a sample course schedule for the full-time Speech@NYU program when no foundation courses are required. In addition to the courses below, you will also take the Master of Science Seminar each term you are enrolled.
If you are admitted to the program, Speech@NYU faculty will review your transcripts and undergraduate course work to determine if you are eligible for this plan of study. The course sequence is subject to change upon enrollment.