Loyola University Maryland

Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Loyola Clinical Centers

The Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC) provides comprehensive education and training of graduate students in and across a variety of disciplines and provides a broad range of audiology, literacy, pastoral counseling, psychology, and speech and language services to clients. Students learn in an interprofessional environment that provides comprehensive, evidence-based clinical training and hands-on experience.

During the first year of the Speech-Language Pathology master’s program, graduate students will complete internships at the Loyola Clinical Centers sites (Baltimore and Columbia). Speech-language pathology provides individualized assessments and treatment for children and adults with a range of communication difficulties, including speech and language delays/disorders, language-learning disabilities, and communication difficulties following brain injury or brain disorders.

For more information, please visit the Loyola Clinical Centers.

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Alumni

David Alexander

Speech pathologist shares work with the Cadet Corps program at the Maryland School for the Deaf

Speech-Language Pathology