Communication Disorders and Sciences

Our challenging pre-professional program brings together theoretical knowledge, research, and clinical practice to give you exceptional preparation for a future in speech-language pathology and audiology.

You will learn critical thinking as it applies to clinical problem-solving, how to relate classroom theory to clinical settings, use the resources of SUNY Cortland’s Center for Speech, Language and Hearing Disorders, and have the opportunity to work closely with top-notch faculty on clinical research.

Ultimately, a master’s degree is necessary for professional positions in speech-language pathology and an Au.D. is needed to practice as an audiologist. Graduates from our program go on to successful careers as speech-language pathologists and audiologists in schools, medical centers, rehabilitation clinics, acute care, industry, and many other settings.


News

SUNY Cortland to provide Parkinson’s speech therapy

The Parkinson Voice Project supports the work of faculty and students in the Communication Disorders and Sciences Department.

Cortland named one of nation’s healthiest campuses

Partnership for a Healthier America named Cortland one of the 32 healthiest campuses in the country.

Students build tool for bank customers with aphasia

The printed materials will help tellers communicate with those who have trouble speaking.

SUNY Chancellor Honors Four Students

The award winners will be recognized in Albany on April 24.

Graduate Degree Earns Full Accreditation

The five-year-old master's in speech-language pathology hit a milestone recently.

Clubs/Societies

We have the Cortland Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA).



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