Communication Sciences and Disorders

Epley Center for Health Professions

 

The Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders offers Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in the field.

The program includes the University of Arkansas Speech and Hearing Clinic, which offers comprehensive speech, language, and hearing services to people of all ages.

This program is part of the Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resources and Communication Disorders

If you have further questions about our accredited degree progams, please contact cdis@uark.edu.

Our degree program makes the news often for its research and service. Recently, videos organized by the clinic was detailed in "U of A Speech and Hearing Clinic Creates Razor-Readers Read-Along Channel." For more news, check out Colleague, the online magazine of the College of Education and Health Professions.

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Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders

This B.S. degree prepares students for graduate level studies in speech-language pathology and audiology or graduate level coursework in other educational and health related professions.

Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders

This M.S. degree emphasizes speech-language pathology. The program requires 36 hours of graduate-level academic credit and 15 hours of graduate-level clinical credit.

Certificate in Advanced School-Based Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-language pathologists in K-12 schools can advance their careers and update skills by enrolling in the nation’s first post-master’s certificate program designed specifically for them. The online certification comprises 15 credit hours.