In the Speech-Pathology program, you'll learn about the diagnosis and treatment of human communication disorders, related research, and how to assist people with communication disorders.You'll also participate in clinical settings, where professors provide supervised treatment of individuals with speech and/or hearing disorders.
In addition to focusing on the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of communication disorders, you'll learn about new methods and equipment to evaluate communication disorders, establish more effective treatment programs, and investigate behavioral patterns associated with communication disorders.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association has created a document that provides you with more information about the value of the undergraduate degree in speech-language pathology.
The student to faculty ratio is 20-1, which allows professors to get to know you and provide personalized attention.
To apply as a Speech-Language Pathology student, you must: