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RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE FOR THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS
|To attain your ASHA Certification:|
- Complete academic coursework and clinical practicum for the certification as stated in the "Requirements for the Certificates of Clinical Competence."
- Receive your master's degree.
- Complete your application for membership and certification.
- Obtain your graduate Program Director's signature on necessary forms.
- Submit your certification application with all required fees.
- Submit the optimal Clinical Fellowship Year.
- Achieve a passing score (600) on the National Examination in Speech-Language Pathology (PRAXIS) and submit a copy (photocopy acceptable) of this score to the Clinical Certification Board.
|To attain your Ohio License in Speech-Language Pathology:|
Obtain application for license to practice as a speech-language pathologist in the state of Ohio from:
Ohio Board of Speech Pathology and Audiology
77 South High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Complete forms verifying practicum experiences; have forms verified by Program Director.
The Department may verify your graduation to the Licensure Board by letter.
Have sent directly to the Board:
1.Official transcript of all graduate coursework
2. Official ETS transcript of National Examination in Speech Pathology (600 score necessary)
Complete supervised Professional Experience Plan and have signatures notarized.
Forward appropriate fees.
|To attain your School Speech-Language Pathology License:|
1.Recommend taking the PRAXIS examination during last semester of enrollment.
a.Specialty Exam: Speech-Language Pathology (ASHA Exam)
2.Obtain application form from Student Services in Gillham Hall, Room 3100 (3rd Floor), from 8:30-5:00, Monday-Friday.
3.Provide verification of accomplishments of all requirements for the degree
b. verification of clinical practicum hours
4.Obtain verification signature from Program Director.
5.Submit all materials to Tim Lewandowski, (419-530-2495) Student Services, Gillham Hall, Room 3100 (3rd Floor).
|Education Licensure Requirements|
The University of Toledo
Students must meet University core requirements as well as the following:
1.Undergraduate coursework in speech-language pathology
includes normal bases of speech and language
includes audiology / aural rehabilitation / sign
includes disorders courses
SLP 3800 Methods for Clinical Intervention
- Non-UT students may substitute an Introduction to Teaching class (e.g., EDP 3280)
SPED 2040 Perspectives in Special Education (or equivalent)
SPED 4110 Curriculum and Methodology for Students with Mild Needs (LD) OR
SPED 4120 Teaching Students with Intensive Education Needs (Severe) (or equivalent)
3.Related requirements and...
A physical science
A natural science
A math course (algebra or higher)
Composition I and II or Organizational Report Writing
Meet the requirements through:
A.Undergraduate major at UT
B. UWD at UT meeting SLP option
C. Transfer of credit for similar courses
D. Demonstration of technology skills