B.S. in Speech language Pathology/ Audiology
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders provide students with an understanding of human communication and disorders of communication and prepare our graduates to engage in interdisciplinary collaboration, ethical practice, and take positions of leadership within the professional community.
To provide students with a basic knowledge of speech and language development, understand the physiological basis of communication, and possess knowledge of disorders of communication. Students will receive the preparation necessary to pursue graduate education.
- workshops to prepare Graduate School Applications
- the conduct of a research project in speech-language-hearing-communication sciences with the guidance of a Faculty Mentor
- a $4,500 a year stipend!
Nurturing academic environment
- Small class sizes (15-30 students)
- Individual attention and close relationship between faculty and students
- Faculty advisement to guide class schedules, study and career
- Opportunities for small-group international trips with a Speech Pathology/ Audiology focus
Independent Research Experience
- Hands on independent research experience during senior year
- Opportunity to present independent research at conference(s)
- State of the art equipment for research
Hands on Clinical Experience
- Opportunity for hands on clinical experience during senior year
- Close supervision for student-clinicians by experienced Speech Language Pathologists
What can you do with an undergraduate degree in Speech Language Pathology?
Graduate studies in:
- Speech Language Pathology
- Education/ Special Education
- Public Health
- Social Work
- Speech Pathology Clinics
- Speech Pathology assistant (in some states)
- Administrative assistants
- Public Policy
Speech Pathology By The Numbers
Clinical practicum classes offered
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