The Communication Sciences and Disorders Program at Georgia State University provides clinical education in both our Campus Clinic, as well as qualified sites in the Atlanta metropolitan area. This variety of settings provides unique learning opportunities that help prepare our students to service clients with a variety of disorders who come from a variety of cultures, language, and socioeconomic backgrounds,
Observation - All students must provide the Clinic Director with verification of 25 hours of observation. Practicum - You will participate in 3 semesters of on-campus practicum. By the end of the master's program you must accrue a minimum of 400 clock hours. Off-Campus Practicum - Off campus practicum assignments are made by the Clinic Director with consultation with the other faculty members. If you have not completed a practicum in a public school setting as part of your undergraduate education in Communication Disorders you will enroll in CSD 7951. During this one semester practicum experience, you will be placed in a school setting on a full-time basis. All students complete a one-semester, full-time practicum in a medical setting. For this practicum you enroll in CSD 7950.
Internship sites change each semester. Our program has affiliation with over 50 internship sites in the greater Atlanta area. The following are examples of internship sites where our students have been placed: