Our faculty make sure that you obtain a foundation leading to whatever future you choose.
The undergraduate program is a blend of a strong liberal arts foundation and a general core curriculum in normal and disordered communication processes.
Our program is designed as a preparatory curriculum for graduate study. Students do not emphasize either speech-language pathology or audiology at the undergraduate level, but instead take courses in both areas.
After undergraduate studies our students go onto graduate school to pursue a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Speech-Language Pathology or a Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.). Our graduate students enjoy a 100 percent placement rate following graduation and are working in a wide range of clinical and educational settings.
The NSSLHA offers an opportunity to get to know faculty and other students by sponsoring social and educational events throughout the year.
We had the pleasure of helping Catherine Foy with her CI upgrade.
Our students provide individualized services under the guidance and supervision of state-licensed and nationally certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists.