Our graduate curriculum provides training for students wishing to pursue clinical careers, research-focused careers, or careers in academia. Our department consistently places in the top 20 nationally in evaluations by U.S. News & World Report and The Chronicle of Higher Education.
We succeed at meeting many goals that are valued in the field: research productivity through grants, publication, and professional service; excellent clinical education in our graduate curricula and in-house clinics; and the application of research findings to provide supportive and beneficial clinical services.
Our clinical program boasts a 100% employment rate (M.A. and Au.D. graduates). We also have an impressive placement record for our Ph.D. students, who are employed at major universities and research positions in the industry.
We are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.