Speech-language pathologists (informally known as speech therapists) evaluate and treat speech, language, and swallowing disorders in people of all ages. They address individuals’ speech and vocal production, swallowing difficulties, and communication disorders through speech therapy in a variety of different settings including schools, health care facilities, and private practice.

Our program is approximately a four-year course of study resulting in a bachelor’s degree and the fulfillment of additional requirements for graduate school in speech-language pathology.