Undergraduate Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders
The Mission of the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department is to provide students with an understanding of human communication and disorders of communication.
The department’s goal is to prepare graduates to engage in interdisciplinary collaboration, ethical practice and take positions of leadership within the professional community.
Immerse yourself in a rigorous academic program. Coursework is based on a strong theoretical foundation and includes interesting, engaging subjects such as anatomy and physiology, phonetics, speech disorders and communication skills for the hearing impaired.
- Engage in observation and practice. The Molloy College Speech-Language and Hearing Center includes treatment and observation suites for speech therapy and a computer-assisted speech laboratory. Molloy offers clinical experience at the undergraduate level as well as the opportunity to work with faculty on individual research projects.
- Develop a relationship with your own individual advisor, who takes a personal interest in your success and works directly with you to help ensure you achieve it. This sets us apart from any other local institution.
- Participate in the ultimate learning environment. Our classes are small and taught by distinguished faculty who are experts in the field.
- Gerontology (GRN) minor providing the most current information on older adults and issues related to aging
Speech Pathology By The Numbers
Clinical practicum classes offered
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