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CSD Second Year Grad
To the first year Grad students and all the undergrads; everything we did in the clinic, all the excess paperwork, report writing, preparing for clients and time management will pay off in a huge way.
Program flexibility with multiple points of entry.
Enter as a freshman, transfer, or graduate student learn more »
Opportunities to conduct research with faculty mentors.
A Variety of Clients and Settings
Students work with clients under close supervision in our state-of-the-art on-campus Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic as well as in a variety of approved off-campus sites learn more »
Five-year Curriculum Sequence
Emphasizes both normal aspects of human communication as well as etiologies, social-emotional, cognitive, and educational factors associated with disorders of language, articulation-phonology, voice, fluency, swallowing, and hearing. learn more »
Get involved in clubs and professional organizations.
There are lots of opportunities to become actively involved in campus clubs and state and national speech-language pathology/audiology professional organizations. learn more »
Small Class Size & Dedicated Faculty
Dedicated faculty who create a welcoming, supportive learning environment within a small class size.
Immediate enrollment in pre-professional coursework