The mission of the KU Intercampus Program in Communicative Disorders is to provide exemplary education in communication sciences and disorders through excellence in teaching, research and clinical service.
Undergraduate curricula provide students with an understanding of basic speech-language-hearing processes and an introduction to communicative disorders. The master's degree in speech-language pathology curricula and clinical doctoral degree in audiology curricula build on that base and prepare the student for application of knowledge by examining the nature, etiology, diagnosis, remediation and prevention of communicative disorders, and the basic techniques for scientific inquiry.
These curricula also are designed to meet the academic and clinical requirements for the Certificate of Clinical Competency in speech-language pathology or audiology.
In the doctorate in philosophy curricula, students develop research expertise and apply this knowledge to specific areas of speech, language, and hearing.
"The clinical supervisors and faculty are wonderful and care about their students as individuals as well as future clinicians!"- Hannah O'Rear, Second-Year M.A.SLP Student