Professional training in speech-language pathology or audiology is available at the master’s level at nine Canadian universities, and many universities in the U.S. Three of the nine programs are taught in French. There are also undergraduate studies required to enter at the master’s level, including courses in psychology, physiology, linguistics, education, human sciences, and health sciences. Specific requirements vary with university programs. Canadian programs meet provincial licensure and CASLPA certification requirements. Students enrolling in a U.S. program should ensure that their program meets licensure and certification requirements if they want to work in Canada.
Provincial associations: www.speechandhearing.ca/en/contacts/provincial-associations
Public Services: Please click on the following link for information on Audiology and Speech Language Pathology services.