Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Keep people connected

Communication is a human right. You’ll be there to make it possible for everyone.

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Attend our graduate
open house

Learn about the doctor of audiology and speech-language pathology programs, tour research labs, meet faculty, and ask questions!

In person: Friday, Oct. 6, 2023, 1-3 p.m.
Ann Kampeter Health Sciences Hall, room 432

Or, Virtual: Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2023, 5:30 p.m.
Zoom Meeting ID: 936 0907 3967, passcode: 456739

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Undergraduate programs

Explore communication processes and disorders across the lifespan.

Your courses will help you learn about careers in speech-language pathology and audiology. You'll also be prepared for graduate programs.

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Help people overcome communication hurdles.

Add a minor to your degree

Graduate degrees and certificates

Raise your career potential. Our graduate programs have national accreditation plus excellent graduation and employment rates.

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Become an audiologist. Lead people to better hearing, balance and auditory processing.

A speech-language pathology student talks to an adult patient during a therapy session.

Become a speech-language pathologist (SLP)  – an expert on communication disorders.

A speech-language student holds up a tablet with words and phrases during a therapy session.

Did you graduate with a different major than communication sciences, and now want to become an SLP? Start here.

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Be the star helper to licensed SLPs.

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