Our graduate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders is marked by the diversity of training of faculty members who are recognized nationally as experts in fluency disorders, language disorders in children and adults, voice disorders, and medical aspects of communication disorders.
They are dedicated to the preparation of professionals who are knowledgeable about cutting edge clinical research, are sensitive to issues of cultural diversity, and are effective clinicians and advocates. In addition, faculty foster values related to integrity and ethics, academic excellence, lifelong learning, collegiality and community service.
- Speech-language pathologists in schools
- Nursing homes,
- Private practices,
- Clinical agencies
- Speech-language pathology supervisors
- Clinical administrators in colleges and universities
More informationVisit official programme website
- Courses included:
- Voice Disorders
- Language Disorders: Infants, Preschoolers and People with Developmental Disabilities
- Language Disorders: School Age Children and Adolescents
- Language Disorders in Adults
- Fluency Disorders
- Motor Speech Disorders
- Swallowing and Its Disorders
- Acquired Cognitive Communication Disorders
- Clinical Applications from Speech and Hearing Science
- AAC and Clinical Applications of Technology
- Counseling for Communication Disorders
- Research Methods in Human Communication Disorders
- Clinical Speech Sound Disorders
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International799 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 799 USD per credit and a duration of .
National799 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 799 USD per credit and a duration of .
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