Dr. Nandhu Radhakrishnan at clinic open house Speech and Hearing student study group Audiology Clinic President Evans at clinic open house Students at World Autism Day fundraiser Speech and Hearing Clinic Gina Watson and Dean Russ Schultz Audiology Clinic Speech and Hearing Clinic hearing aid Summer Speech and Hearing Clinic

The ability to communicate with family, friends and community is a valuable gift. A speech or hearing impairment can affect all aspects of the affected individual’s life. Through the study of Speech and Hearing Sciences, our students obtain the skills to prevent, diagnose, monitor and treat communication disorders as audiologists and speech-language pathologists.

Career Opportunities

There has been a significant national shortage of speech-language pathologists and audiologists for many years. Consequently, the job market has been excellent and usually 100 percent of our graduates find employment within their profession.

Our graduates work in a wide variety of medical, rehabilitation and educational settings, including hospitals, clinics, home health agencies, physicians’ offices, nursing homes, schools and early childhood centers. In addition, some of our graduates work in private practices and others have pursued a career in research by pursuing a Ph.D.