The Department of Communication Disorders provides students with a broad-based theoretical foundation at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Curriculum includes classes in normal processes of human communication, as well as in evaluation, treatment and research. The graduate program in speech-language pathology is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Upon completion of the graduate program, students are eligible for state and national certification. A broad selection of career choices is available upon graduation, including settings in medical centers, health agencies, public schools, private practice, rehab companies and higher education.

Communication Disorders students will… 
  • Expert faculty with years of experience
  • One on one advising
  • Observation, shadowing and clinical training at the undergraduate level.
  • On and off-campus clinical placement at the graduate level, including a semester of externship.
  • Recently renovated Center for Speech and Hearing in Grauel Building.

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