Kavoor Rd, Vidya Nagar, Mangaluru – 575013

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Kavoor Rd, Vidya Nagar,
Mangaluru – 575013


Dr. M.V.Shetty College of Speech and Hearing established in the year 1991, which is the first private sector speech and hearing college in India with an exclusive building and full fledged facilities.
The college offers Masters of Audiology and speech language Pathology(MASLP), which is affiliated to Mangalore University and and recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India, New Delhi

About Course

Masters of Audiology and speech language Pathology(MASLP) programme is a post graduate degree programme after BASLP or Equivalents. The MASLP programme of the college, affiliated to Mangalore University, is recognized as Equivalent to MS Speech Pathology/ Audiology programme of any accredited to University in USA. MASLP graduates in addition to performing their clinical rehabilitative roles will be able to function as Master trainers and researchers. Master trainers are eligible to take up the role of lecturers in colleges offering Speech, Language pathology and Audiology courses and in medical colleges. They are also eligible to apply for and conduct research projects pertaining to core and allied subjects of speech, language and hearing.

The admissions for the MASLP course commences from the month of June in the academic year.


Duration of the Programme :

2 years in 4 semesters

Key Information

  • Duration

    2 Years

  • Course Type

    Masters Degree

  • Campus


  • Semister


  • Course Type

    Full Time


Pass in BASLP/B.Sc.(Speech & Hearing )/B.Sc.(Speech Language & Hearing) or any other equivalent examination in India or abroad as approved by the Mangalore University.

Mode Of Selection

candidate is selected for the MASLP course based on the marks obtained in their bachelor degree in Audiology and Speech Pathology (BASLP/B.Sc. Speech Language and Hearing) examination provided they have the eligibility.


The duration of the MASLP degree programme is extended over a period of 2 academic years of 4 semesters. Each semester is of 18 weeks duration including instructions

S.NoSemester/YearCourse/Subject Title
11st Year ( I Semester )Advances in Speech sciences
Psychophysics of Audition
Linguistics in Clinical Practice
Clinicals in Speech Language Pathology
Clinicals in Audiology
21st Year ( II Semester )Perspective in fluency and Voice Disorders
Auditory Physiology
Advance Statistics and Research methods
Clinicals in Speech Language Pathology
Clinicals in Audiology
12nd Year ( III Semester )Advances in Language Acquisition & Developmental Language disorder
Advances in Adult language disorders
Speech Perception
22nd Year ( IV Semester )Clinical Phonology and Neuro-motor Speech disorders
Seminars in diagnostic Audiology
Seminars in management of Hearing impaired

Documents required for Admission

Following Original Certificates should be submitted at the time of Admission with one set of attested copy.

  • Aadhar Id(Xerox copy)
  • SSLC/10th Marks card
  • HSC/PUC/10+2 Marks card
  • BASLP Marks cards of all the years.
  • Provisional Pass Certificate/Degree certificate issued by the University.
  • Transfer certificate issued by the college last studied.
  • Character/conduct certificate issued by the College last studied.
  • Migration certificate issued by the University/Board other than Mangalore University.
  • Eligibility Certificate from Mangalore University (other than Mangalore University).
  • Internship certificate.
  • Course completion certificate.
  • Physical fitness/Medical certificate.
  • Passport size photograph 10 Nos.
  • For students from Nepal: Provisional Pass Certificate or Degree certificate issued by the University/Board, Nepalese citizenship certificate, Date of birth in Indian Almanac (A.D.) and Equivalence certificate
  • For students from other country: Passport and student visa and date of birth in Indian Almanac.


The pedagogy for the Masters of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (MASLP) program at Dr. M.V. Shetty College of Speech and Hearing is designed to provide students with a comprehensive and well-rounded education. Here’s an overview of the pedagogical approach:

  1. Holistic Learning: Our curriculum emphasizes a holistic approach to audiology and speech-language pathology. Students engage in a balanced mix of classroom lectures, practical hands-on sessions, clinical internships, and research projects. This approach ensures that students gain both theoretical knowledge and practical skills.

  2. Interdisciplinary Training: MASLP students benefit from interdisciplinary training, collaborating with professionals from related fields such as medicine, psychology, and education. This exposure enhances their ability to work effectively in diverse healthcare settings and with patients of all ages.

  3. Clinical Exposure: Practical training is a cornerstone of our pedagogy. Students have access to state-of-the-art audiology and speech-language pathology clinics where they work with real patients under the guidance of experienced faculty. This hands-on experience helps them develop clinical competence and confidence.

  4. Research Emphasis: Research is a vital component of our pedagogical approach. MASLP students are encouraged to engage in research projects, case studies, and clinical audits. This not only advances the field but also prepares students for academic and research roles.

  5. Interactive Learning: We promote interactive learning through discussions, case presentations, and workshops. This fosters critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and effective communication—essential qualities for audiology and speech-language pathology professionals.

  6. Guest Lectures and Workshops: Regular guest lectures by experts in the field and workshops on specialized topics enrich the learning experience. These sessions expose students to the latest advancements and best practices.

  7. Practical Skills Development: The program places a strong emphasis on developing practical skills in audiological assessments, therapy techniques, and the use of advanced technology and equipment. This ensures that graduates are well-prepared for the demands of clinical practice.

  8. Ethical and Cultural Sensitivity: We instill ethical values and cultural sensitivity in our students. They learn to provide patient-centered care, respecting diversity and individual needs.

Our pedagogical approach aims to produce competent, compassionate, and research-oriented professionals who can excel in clinical practice, academia, and research. If you need further details or have specific questions, please let us know.

Career Paths

  1. Clinical Audiologist: Work as a clinical audiologist in hospitals, audiology clinics, or rehabilitation centers. Perform diagnostic assessments and provide rehabilitation services for individuals with hearing impairments.
  2. Speech-Language Pathologist: Pursue a career as a speech-language pathologist, working with individuals of all ages with speech and language disorders. Assess and diagnose communication disorders and develop customized therapy plans.
  3. Researcher: Explore opportunities in research by joining academic institutions, research organizations, or healthcare institutions. Conduct studies in audiology and speech-language pathology to contribute to advancements in the field.
  4. Educator: Become an educator by joining colleges or universities offering audiology and speech-language pathology programs. Teach and mentor aspiring professionals in the field.
  1. Consultant in Specialized Settings: Specialize in areas such as pediatric audiology, geriatric audiology, or neurorehabilitation. Work as a consultant in specialized healthcare settings, including children’s hospitals, senior care facilities, or rehabilitation centers.
  2. Entrepreneur: Start your own audiology or speech-language pathology clinic or consultancy. Offer specialized services, such as auditory processing disorder therapy or accent modification training.
  3. Clinical Supervisor: Take on supervisory roles where you oversee clinical practices and mentor junior audiologists and speech-language pathologists. Ensure quality patient care and adherence to ethical standards.
  4. Government or NGO Roles: Explore opportunities in government healthcare agencies or non-governmental organizations focused on hearing and communication health. Engage in public health initiatives, advocacy, and awareness campaigns.

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