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Master of Science in Speech-Language-Pathology Accreditation Information

The Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology programs are part of the College of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences which is housed under the Kasiska Division of Health Sciences. The Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (M.S.) and the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.), education programs at Idaho State University are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), 2200 Research Boulevard #310, Rockville, Maryland 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700.

Student Outcome Data

Pocatello Campus

 2016201720183 year average
Program Completion
*16/18
(89%)
18/18
(100%)
**12/18
(67%)
85%
Praxis Pass Rate
14/14
(100%)
8/8
(100%)
7/7
(100%)
100%
Employment Rate (Employment within 1 month of graduation date)
16/16
(100%)
18/18
(100%)
12/12
(100%)
100%

*2 students withdrew for personal reasons

**2 students remain in the program and anticipate graduation, 4 students withdrew for personal reasons

Meridian Campus

 2016201720183 year average
Program Completion
*16/18
(89%)
17/18
(94%)
**13/18
(72%)
85%
Praxis Pass Rate
15/15
(100%)
11/11
(100%)
12/12
(100%)
100%
Employment Rate (Employment within 1 month of graduation date)
16/16
(100%)
17/17
(100%)
13/13
(100%)
100%

*1 student withdrew for personal reasons

**4 students remain in the program and anticipate graduation, 1 student withdrew for personal reasons

Online Program

 2016201720183 year average
Program Completion
*16/17
(94%)
20/20
(100%)
**8/17
(47%)
80%
Praxis Pass Rate
10/10
(100%)
9/9
(100%)
6/6
(100%)
100%
Employment Rate (Employment within 1 month of graduation date)
16/16
(100%)
20/20
(100%)
8/8
(100%)
100%

*1 student withdrew for personal reasons

**7 students remain in the program and anticipate graduation, 1 student withdrew for personal reasons

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