Investigate human communication. Improve quality of life for others.
In the accredited Communication Sciences & Disorders program at Worcester State University, you will gain a firm grasp on normal human communication processes, as well as speech, language, and hearing disorders–and discover a rewarding path of enhancing people’s lives.
As a student of Communication Sciences & Disorders, you will learn in small classes led by researchers and experts in the field, honing interpersonal, critical thinking, problem-solving, scientific reasoning, writing, and presentation skills. Whether you pursue a graduate program in speech-language pathology or Audiology, join the Worcester State chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)–or dive directly into a career in health care or education–Worcester State provides you with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills you need to succeed.
Why study Communication Sciences & Disorders at Worcester State?
- Speech-language pathology
- Speech & hearing science
- Anatomy and Physiology of Speech And Hearing
- Sign Language
- Neuroscience for Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Language Disorders
- Aural Rehabilitation
- Language Science
- Normal Language Development
See the diverse career paths that a degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders can prepare you for.
Explore a wide range of rewarding professional opportunities with your Communication Sciences & Disorders Degree from Worcester State.
Where will your Worcester State Communication Sciences & Disorders degree take you?
The graduate program is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and approved by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.