In accordance with guidelines from the Council for Accreditation of Canadian University Programs in Speech-Language Pathology (CACUP), the program will complete a two-stage process for accreditation. The first phase, completed in the first two years of operation, is the application for Candidate Status.  The second phase, completed after 3 years with Candidate Status, is full Accreditation.

On April 16, 2019, the program's application for Candidate Status was granted. Students graduating from a Candidate program are entitled to register to practice in Ontario.

As required by CACUP, within three years, the program will apply for Accreditation.

Regulation of Practice

All Speech Language Pathologists in Canada must be registered with the appropriate provincial regulatory body to practice in that province. Each regulatory body has a separate and distinct registration process; however, in all circumstances, a degree in Speech-Language Pathology is required.

Please visit the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario for further information.


Regulating & Accrediting Bodies

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