The Bear CLAW, located on the first floor of Meyer Library, connects you with a variety of academic resources:
The future health care professionals living-learning community, sponsored by the College of Health and Human Services, is an ideal living community for students interested in a health career or human services profession. Students will have the opportunity to live with and learn from other students who have shared interests and goals in areas like communication sciences and disorders.
Receive hands-on training in the Speech, Language Hearing Clinic and gain your clinical competency while completing your degree. Working in the clinic is a unique opportunity for you to train with knowledgeable faculty, practically apply what you are learning and conduct research.
Participate in research to enhance your education and make new discoveries in the field of communication sciences and disorders. Exploring research opportunities in the department of communication sciences and disorders offers you the chance to work one-on-one with faculty. Much of the research in the department is grant funded and allows students to gain experience in clinical research, apply their learning and develop presentation skills. The field is always changing with the introduction of emerging, cutting-edge technologies. Research is essential to developing new ways to better serve people with communication disorders.
The department offers an annual study away and service-learning opportunity in Nicaragua. While abroad, students gain experience working in a new environment providing speech and hearing services. This opportunity is open to undergraduate and graduate students from all three emphasis areas. For more information about study away opportunities, visit the study away website.
Work in the department of communication sciences and disorders while you pursue your master's of EDHH, SLP or your AuD. It's a great way to get paid while you earn your degree - networking with faculty and getting hands-on experience with departmental research. For more information, view the graduate assistantships page.
Our faculty work with and support our two student organizations that provide leadership and professional development opportunities. These organizations allow you to network with fellow students, build relationships within the department and to add quality content to your resume and portfolio through firsthand experiences and opportunities.
The Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MSHA) is a voluntary state association made up of speech-language pathologists and audiologists. MSHA provides a forum for continuing education as well as advocacy for the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology.
Students and faculty at Missouri State University are active members of the Missouri Academy of Audiology (MAA). MSU faculty often hold leadership positions within the organizations. Students assist each year with MAA convention activities.