State of the Art Laboratories and Equipment

The program is committed to providing students with an innovative, high-technology training environment so that they can practice at the highest levels using modern technologies. Students will have access to state-of-the-art laboratories and equipment including:

Celtic Simulation Center for Innovative Learning
A state of the art simulation center where students participate in predetermined life-like scenarios to practice procedures and decision making in a safe and realistic environment.

Hopkins Communications Lab
A state of the art communications lab which will house the Speech-Language Pathology Clinic. The lab is set up for digital recording and can also be used for simulated clinical sessions to improve critical thinking, self-evaluation skills, and counseling /communication skills.

Respiratory Care Skills Laboratory
A skills laboratory dedicated to the scope of respiratory care including access to artificial airways and models, mechanical ventilation equipment, and manikins. Students will have hands-on experience working directly with respiratory care students and faculty to understand the unique collaborative relationship between speech-language pathologists and respiratory care therapists.

Anatomy and Physiology Labs
Advanced study of gross and head/neck anatomy and physiology provided through Carlow’s various on-campus labs utilizing a wide variety of 3-D models, a virtual anatomy table, and human cadavers.

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Application Process

As of July 15, 2020, Carlow University is accepting applications for review with plans to enroll graduate students for the Fall 2021 semester. All applications should be submitted on or before February 15, 2021 through CSDCAS, a centralized application service endorsed by the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Science and Disorders (CAPCSD). No additional application materials should be sent to the program.