Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
Speech-language pathologists assess and treat children and adults with language, voice, fluency, articulatory and phonologic disorders, cognitive, as well as swallowing problems. They provide the technology to assist with functional communication and to enhance communication in daily activities. Audiologists diagnose and treat individuals with hearing and balance disorders, and provide services that include fitting and dispensing hearing aids or other assistive devices, counseling individuals concerning hearing loss, providing auditory rehabilitation and making noise measurements.
- Preprofessional curriculum provides foundations in knowledge of the sciences and basic human communication and swallowing processes in order to prepare the student to apply to a graduate program in audiology or speech-language pathology.
- Clinical experience is gained at the graduate level.
The preprofessional undergraduate program prepares you to pursue a master’s degree, which is required for employment and licensure as a speech-language pathologist. A doctoral degree (Au.D) is required for licensure as an audiologist.
- are innovative and interactive
- use multimedia technology to enhance classroom learning
UA’s Audiology and Speech Center provides undergraduate observation experiences. Working under the guidance of licensed and certified faculty supervisors, you will:
- Observe actual clinical work with clients
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Student Organization
Interact with other speech-language and audiology students and professionals in the field through organizations such as:
- National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association
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