Graduate & Professional Programs
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers six graduate and professional programs.
A professional program in speech-language pathology preparing graduates to treat individuals with communicative and/or swallowing disorders.
An interdisciplinary, professional program in sound that integrates the arts, humanities and sciences.
A professional program preparing individuals to diagnose and treat individuals with hearing and balance related disorder.
Promotes and enhances neuroscience education and research.
A clinical doctorate to develop student’s ability to analyze and apply advanced principles of leadership, business and practice management, and clinical science.
Basic and applied research in normal or disordered communication and learning processes.