The Department of Speech and Hearing Science offers graduate programs of study in speech-language pathology, audiology, and speech,
language, and hearing science. The department prepares scientists and professionals who specialize in the study of perception and production
of spoken, signed, and alternative communication and communication disorders, as well as swallowing. Graduate degrees are offered at the
master's and doctoral levels.
Master of Arts Program
- Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) provides advanced professional training for diagnosis and habilitation/rehabilitation of hearing disorders
application and related research.
- Doctor of Philosophy program prepares the student for independent research.
Doctoral or Postdoctoral Study
- Project FOCAL: was designed to prepare doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows in the areas of
assessment and the etiology of communication disorders in children with disabilities.