Speech Language Hearing Sciences
If you’re interested in Speech Language Hearing Sciences (SLHS), there’s no better place to learn and grow than at MSUM. Our pre-professional bachelor’s degree prepares you for graduate-level study in speech-language pathology—which is also offered on campus—or doctorate-level study in audiology. You’ll get hands-on experience using state-of-the-art equipment and interact with community members in MSUM’s on-campus clinic, which is unique to our university and the region.
Service learning opportunities on campus and in the community are an important focus, especially through the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association in conjunction with SERTOMA (SERvice TO MAnkind), a local organization that promotes better speech and hearing in the community.
The Speech Language Hearing Clinic is unique to the area and provides a range of services for children and adults with communication difficulties.
Faculty-student research collaboration in the areas of child language, articulation/phonology, augmentative and alternative communication, fluency, voice and audiology is greatly emphasized.
The Regional Assistive Technology Center provides augmentative and alternative communication systems to clients.
Students present research at local and national conferences.
The Auditory Processing Disorders Clinic offers assessment for auditory processing disorders.
Speech Language Hearing Sciences Student Success Stories
Speech pathology grad student explores the negative effects of screen time on young children
Miranda Hamman, a graduate student pursuing her master’s in speech pathology, created a project about the negative effects of screen time on young children, which she’ll present at the annual Student Academic Conference.
Welcome to the Dragon Family: Sarah Ring
Meet Sarah Ring. She is MSUM’s newest speech language pathologist clinic supervisor.
Welcome to the #DragonFamily: Jennifer Wollan
Meet Jennifer Wollan, MSUM’s new speech language pathologist clinician. She supervises graduate students at the speech language and hearing clinic as they work with their clients. She is also in charge of the regional assistive technology center.
We’re committed to providing you the best opportunities to gain knowledge and skill throughout your entire college career. You’ll get hands-on experience in MSUM’s on-site clinic, and learn by observing and doing.
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