Department of Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology and Deaf Studies
The Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology and Deaf Studies Department offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs devoted to the enhancement of all forms of human communication. The blending of three distinct programs into one department creates a unique learning experience for undergraduate and graduate students.
We offer "right sized" programs, large enough to offer a breadth of courses taught by full-time faculty with expertise in their areas of interest, yet small enough that students get to know one another, and the faculty get to know them.
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Undergraduate and graduate students participate in clinical or community-based learning experiences that enhance skills learned in class. We also operate both a Speech & Language Center and a Hearing & Balance Center, within the new Institute for Well-being (IWB). In these centers, students provide services to the community under the supervision of certified and licensed professionals.
Speech-language pathology students visit Washington, D.C. for the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association’s Legislative Visit Day. Towson students met with members of Congress and the Senate to discuss legislation related to speech and hearing initiatives.
FALL 2015 ADVISING INFORMATION:
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