The Master of Science Degree Program in Communication Disorders is designed for the education and training of persons to enter the professions of speech language pathology. Students receive specific educational and clinical training to prepare them for the provision of services in the public schools and medical settings. The Department of Communication Disorders admits students each semester. Admission is based on the applicant’s undergraduate academic record and other factors such as undergraduate clinical practicum.
Program Director and Graduate Advisor:
Nancy Montgomery, Ph.D., CCC-SLP