Karen A. Doherty, Ph.D.
621 Skytop Road
Academic: Karen Doherty, Kimberly Lamparelli, Soren Lowell, Linda Milosky, Joseph Pellegrino, Jonathan Preston, Beth Prieve, Ellyn Riley, Victoria Tumanova and Kathy Vander Werff, Clinical: Kristen Kennedy, Tamma Kordas, Megan Leese, Anita Lightburn, Meghan Lister, Sue Ellen Maxfield, Ramani Voleti; Adjunct Instructor, Bonnie Hulslander, and Emeritus Professor, Mary Louise Edwards
The program in communication sciences and disorders provides students with a broad education in human communication sciences and disorders. Students may participate in clinical experiences in the Gebbie Speech-Language- Hearing Clinic. The program prepares students for graduate study in speech-language pathology and audiology and other related fields in health, education, and science. Interested students have the opportunity to participate in research in faculty laboratories.
A master’s degree is required to practice speech-language pathology, and a clinical doctoral degree (Au.D.) is required to practice audiology. Minimally, a student will need a 3.0 GPA to be considered for these graduate programs. Many graduate programs require a higher GPA.
Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders
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Prerequisites for admission into the major:
Students interested in this major should contact the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at firstname.lastname@example.org as early as possible. Students are formally admitted to the major after consulting a department advisor on a plan of study and successfully completing CSD 212 with a B or better, or by petition.