- About CSD
- Mission, Objectives & Strategic Plan
- Academic Programs
- Admission Requirements
- Program Completion Requirements
- Faculty and Staff
- Speech and Hearing Club
- Student Involvement
- Credentials for Graduates
- Student Outcome Data
- Employment after Graduation
- Student Research
In Language Disorders in Adults we have been learning all about the brain, as well as the different types of Aphasia. In Audiology we have been learning about the outer, middle, and inner ear, as well as the different types of disorders that can occur.
Opportunities to conduct research with faculty mentors.
A Variety of Clients and Settings
Students work with clients under close supervision in our state-of-the-art on-campus Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic as well as in a variety of approved off-campus sites learn more »
Five-year Curriculum Sequence
Emphasizes both normal aspects of human communication as well as etiologies, social-emotional, cognitive, and educational factors associated with disorders of language, articulation-phonology, voice, fluency, swallowing, and hearing. learn more »
Program flexibility with multiple points of entry.
enter as a freshman, transfer, or graduate student learn more »
Get involved in clubs and professional organizations.
There are lots of opportunities to become actively involved in campus clubs and state and national speech-language pathology/audiology professional organizations. learn more »
Small Class Size & Dedicated Faculty
Dedicated faculty who create a welcoming, supportive learning environment within a small class size.
Immediate enrollment in pre-professional coursework