Student Outcome Data

The department offers the Bachelor of Science Degree with specializations in Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology and Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The department also offers the Master of Science Degree with specialization in Speech-Language Pathology and Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing as well as a Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.). The curriculum focuses on the academic, clinical and research foundations needed for a career in communication disorders. The program is designed to prepare the student to make decisions and to take appropriate, thoughtful action to identify and to meet the communication needs of individuals and families. To ensure that students are well prepared to meet these needs, the department has established goals and objectives for the educational and professional requirements for CSD students.

Audiology

Completion Rates: 3-year average = 88.0%

Academic Year Students Completed Within Expected Time Frame Students Completed Later than Expected Time Frame Not Completing Completion Rate
16-17 10 0 2 83%
15-16 11 1 0 92%
 14-15 9 1 0 90%

ETS Data (Praxis): 3-year average = 97%

Academic Year Students that Completed the Exam Students that Passed the Exam Pass Rate
16-17 5 5 100%
15-16 17 16 94%
14-15 12 12 100%

Employment Rates: 3-year average = 100%

Academic Year Employment Rate
16-17 100%
15-16 100%
14-15 100%

Speech-Language Pathology

Completion Rates: 3-year average = 87.0%

Academic Year Students Completed Within Expected Time Frame Students Completed Later than Expected Time Frame Students Not Completing Completion Rate
16-17 27 0 1 96%
15-16 23 3 1 85%
14-15 26 1 1 93%

ETS Data (Praxis): 3-year average = 100%

Academic Year Students that Completed the Exam Students that Passed the Exam Pass Rate
16-17 28 28 100%
15-16 26 26 100%
14-15 27 27 100%

Employment Rates: 3-year average = 98.8%

Academic Year Employment Rate
16-17 96.3%
15-16 100%
14-15 100%