Our Master of Science in Communication Disorders and Sciences offers the type of hands-on, career-focused training that sets SUNY Cortland graduate students apart from everyone else. We set a high bar for excellence that graduates are expected to reach.
Why continue your education at SUNY Cortland? The best reasons include:
Student research and awards: Our graduate students earn invitations to present at regional and national conferences. In addition, their scholarly work has been rewarded with graduate student scholarships.
Meaningful class experiences: Our students learn how to use equipment like the electrolarynx, voice and speech software, flexible endoscope, surface electromyography and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices. They lead Aphasia Month activities for the community. They organize thickened liquid challenges. Most importantly, they educate others on their work. Activities are interesting and always have a purpose.
Modern facilities: The Professional Studies Building, which opened in 2011, features our state-of-the-art Center for Speech, Language and Hearing Disorders. Under the supervision of ASHA-certified and New York State licensed speech-language pathologists, graduate students work with people of all ages to provide articulation, voice, language, swallowing and fluency treatment as well as accent reduction.
Engaged faculty: Our professors aren’t just people who teach classes and grade assignments; they’re certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists, collaborators on research, presenters of peer-reviewed presentations and supportive colleagues after graduation.
Prospective students are invited to attend an Open House geared specifically to people interested in the communication sciences and disorders graduate program.
Saturday, Oct. 21
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Professional Studies Building