Why U of T

  • CALL FOR INITIAL STATUS-ONLY AND ADJUNCT LECTURER APPOINTMENT APPLICATIONS AND REPORTING – 2019-2020

    Posted on January 13, 2020 in Why U of T

    THE WEBSITE IS NOW OPEN TO RECEIVE APPLICATIONS FOR INITIAL APPOINTMENTS RE-APPOINTMENT AND ANNUAL REPORTING WILL OPEN FEBRUARY 3RD. The Department of Speech-Language Pathology, the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy and the Department of Physical Therapy are currently accepting applications for INITIAL status only and Adjunct Lecturer appointments starting Monday, January 13th, 2020 […]

  • Message from the Chair

    Posted on March 27, 2019 in Why U of T

    The Department of Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Toronto has a strong and proud history being the first English-speaking program in Canada. You can read more about our history in the section About Speech-Language Pathology at U of T Our clinical master’s program (MHSc) has a unique unit structure, providing a direct link between […]

  • About Our MHSc Program…

    Posted on June 28, 2016 in Why U of T

    About the MHSc Program The master of health science program is two years in length, including summer sessions, and is offered only on a full-time basis, including clinical placements (internships).  This is the program you take to become eligible for certification as a Speech-Language Pathologist. The curriculum is organized into 5 academic units and 4 clinical […]

  • Why do students choose U of T?

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      At the University of Toronto, we offer a professional master’s program in Speech-Language Pathology.  This program prepares highly competent graduates who can work effectively in a variety of clinical settings. Our professional degree is the Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Speech-Language Pathology.    …Students choose our program because of the people Our Department admits […]

  • The Path from MHSc to a PhD in S-LP…

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    The faculty in the department conduct research in aphasia, stuttering, dysphagia, neurological speech disorders and speech motor control, bilingualism, and child language disorders. Please read about specific labs in the faculty pages under Labs and Research Profiles. Many of the faculty members seek graduate research (MSc and PhD) students. Are you a UofT student who […]

  • MSc / PhD Information Sessions

    Posted on July 27, 2015 in Why U of T

    Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (RSI) information sessions are available annually for students interested in applying to the MSc or PhD program. We will post dates here as they become available or contact rsi.director@utoronto.ca You can find more information about applying to these programs on the RSI website: http://www.rsi.utoronto.ca/prospective-students    

  • Applications and Deadlines

    Posted on July 26, 2015 in Why U of T

    MHSc For important dates, including the application deadline and the date that applicants are notified of their admission status, please visit https://www.ouac.on.ca/guide/orpas-dates/. Application materials, instructions, and full details about admission requirements for the MHSc program can be obtained online from the Ontario Universities Application Centre http://www.ouac.on.ca/orpas. Related Links MHSc Admission Requirements   MSc and PhD Students who […]

  • MHSc Information Session

    Posted on January 1, 2013 in Why U of T

    Interested in an MHSc in SLP?  You should be here! Drop by 500 University Avenue for a U of T MHSc information Session. Join us on January 30 2013 in Room 452 from 4:00 -5:00 pm. To Register please call the Administrative Assistant for Student Affairs at 416 978-1794 or email speech.path@utoronto.ca Can’t make it to this session? A […]

  • Student Success Stories December

    Posted on December 3, 2012 in Why U of T

     This month we hear from Heather Molyneaux Heather completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at UWO. She was attracted to SLP when a family member was diagnosed with autism and she saw how speech-language therapy sessions made a difference. As part of her program, Heather completed an undergraduate research thesis on working memory in young children. […]

  • MHSc Information Session

    Posted on November 9, 2012 in Why U of T

    Interested in an MHSc in SLP?  You should be here! Drop by 500 University Avenue for a U of T MHSc information Session. Join us on Nov 28 2012 in Room 452 from 4:00 -5:00 pm.   To Register please call the Administrative Assistant for Student Affairs at 416 978-1794 or email speech.path@utoronto.ca Can’t make it to this session? A full […]