Master's graduates enjoy employment rate of 96-100%
in schools, clinics, hospitals, other health care settings and private practice.
Participate in international research conferences.
Students attend the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association annually.
Experience unique clinical opportunities
with various speech, language, learning and hearing disorders.
NEW Clinical and Research Facilities
South Oxford Center location expands opportunities
Participate in on-campus conferences.
Students attend the annual Fall Institute alongside current practitioners.
About Communication Sciences and Disorders
If you are concerned about the problems of people with speech, language or hearing disabilities, consider a career in one of the fields of communicative disorders. A career in communicative disorders offers many opportunities for service to humankind, as well as a continuing challenge to researchers because of the infinite complexity of communication processes.
Professionals in communicative disorders can serve both adults and children in any one of the following employment settings: clinical service centers, hospitals, public school systems, health departments, colleges and universities, industry, research centers and private practice. Careers in CD include: audiologist, speech-hearing scientist, speech-language pathologist, teacher of the deaf, and adult education English teacher.