The College of Health Sciences and Professions offers nationally recognized graduate programs that prepare students for careers as clinicians, researchers or teachers. The master’s, doctoral and doctor of audiology programs are designed to endow students with the academic knowledge and clinical skills to:
The Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) offers world-class PhD programs that emphasize the development of specialized knowledge and skills consistent with strong scholarly career aspirations through academic coursework, original research projects, hands-on experiences in the Hearing, Speech and Language Clinic, grant writing, research presentations in professional forums, interdisciplinary scholarly activities, teaching opportunities, and ongoing engaged mentoring by CSD faculty.
Diverse, energetic, dedicated and productive faculty members work closely with students in directed studies courses and research lab mentoring in a positive and encouraging environment.
To learn more about specific degree programs, follow the links below.
Students are eligible to obtain a teaching certificate from the state of Ohio through our program by:
Students who wish to teach outside of Ohio should inquire with other state departments of education to learn of their requirements for teacher licensure.
The College of Health Sciences and Professions offers several certificate programs that allow students to broaden their horizons and explore unique, specific areas of practice. Follow the links below to learn more.