The School of Speech and Hearing Sciences offers undergraduate curricula that provide both a broad, eclectic exposure to communication processes and disorders as well as a solid foundation for graduate studies in the field. The school provides a blend of academics, practica, and research activities for both undergraduate and graduate students. The school offers Bachelor of Arts degree in speech pathology and audiology as well as a minor in this areas.
Educational and Clinical Services
In addition to its academic programs, a number of clinical and public service programs are affiliated with the school. The Speech-Language-Audiology Clinic provides students with an orientation to clinical procedures used in speech-language pathology and audiology. The clinic provides assessment services and intervention programs to students, faculty, and the community. The Children's Center for Communication and Development provides an interdisciplinary approach to assessment and treatment of communicatively disabled and developmentally delayed infants and preschool children. The DuBard School for Language Disorders provides speech-language and educational services for elementary-level students with severe language disorders.
Speech Pathology and Audiology BA
Speech Pathology and Audiology Minor