Communication Sciences and DisordersMaster of Clinical Science (MClSc)
- Communication Sciences and Disorders (Audiology)
- Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech-Language Pathology)
- Faculty of Health Sciences
Program ContactJanet Harman (email@example.com)
Graduate Affairs Assistant
School of Communication Sciences and DisordersWestern University
Elborn College Rm 1000B
London, Ontario N6G 1H1
t. 519-661-2111 ext. 83227
The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) offers clinical programs specializing in areas related to audiology and speech-language pathology. The Master of Clinical Sciences (MCISc) degree in audiology and speech-language pathology are awarded upon successful completion of a two-year curriculum, over six consecutive terms, which includes classroom/laboratory work and clinical placement experiences.
- 6 Terms
- Full-time study
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fee schedules (per term) are posted on the Office of the Registrar's website at http://www.registrar.uwo.ca/student_finances/fees_refunds/fee_schedules.html
- Four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited university.
Before applying or accepting an offer of admission to the School of CSD, prospective students should be aware of the following:
- The Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology programs are two-year (6 term), full-time, in-person programs.
- Students must obtain and complete all mandatory immunizations, vaccinations, medical and non-medical requirements specified by Western University, the School of CSD, and other clinical facilities.
- Students must obtain, pay for, and submit documentation of a police Vulnerable Sector Screening (VSS) as required by clinical placement facilities.
- Students are encouraged to have a strong foundation in math, anatomy and physiology, and science prior to applying to the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology programs.
- Students must attend and pay for all costs associated with the clinical placements assigned to them. Placements may not be in a student’s hometown and/or home province.
English Language Proficiency
Applicants whose first language is not English must furnish evidence of their proficiency in the use of the English language:
- The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Minimum acceptable score is 105 for the internet version, or 260 for the standard electronic version. [Western's TOEFL ID is 0984].
- The International English Language Testing Service (IELTS Academic). Minimum acceptable score is 8 out of 9 with no individual score falling below 6.
- The Duolingo English Test. Minimum acceptable score is 135.
- Early January - Acceptance notification on April 1
Fields of Research
- Speech Language Pathology