Our faculty members have many different interest and research areas, and you can take advantage of their expertise with an advisor who has similar interest areas.
To be assigned an advisor, contact the department of communication sciences and disorders. If you have forgotten who is assigned as your advisor, log in to My Missouri State and click on the Academics tab.
Your advisor wants to help you succeed and develop a degree plan that is right for you. Meet with your advisor at least once a semester to plan out your classes and to answer your questions.
If you are pursuing a graduate degree in communication sciences and disorders, contact Dr. Letitia White for advising assistance. You must receive advisor release prior to registering for each semester of graduate study.
Required Essential Functions confirmation
Students admitted to the Speech-Language Pathology, Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing or Audiology program must read and sign the Essential Functions document.