Our nationally recognized undergraduate program in Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences offers students a well-rounded undergraduate education, emphasizing both the scientific and humanistic aspects of practice.
Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences
The School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences programs combine comprehensive academic training with extensive hands-on experiences in a variety of clinical settings that allow students to collaborate across multiple disciplines.
The School consists of three divisions:
- Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences — offers one of the largest undergraduate programs in the nation, as well as nationally recognized professional graduate programs in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.
- Physical Therapy — a professional graduate program that’s nationally recognized for its quality. The division also offers a doctorate through the Translational Biomedical Sciences doctoral program.
- Physician Assistant Practice — launched in 2015, this division is at the Dublin Integrated Education Center in Columbus, Ohio. The 7-semester program is designed to prepare students for any clinical setting with an emphasis on primary care in urban and rural medically underserved communities in Ohio and throughout Appalachia.
Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences Degrees
Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences Undergraduate Major
Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology
We offer a world-class residential Master of Arts program in Speech-Language Pathology. Master's degree applicants who demonstrate potential for doctoral study may request consideration for admission to a special joint M.A.-Ph.D. program.
Doctorate in Hearing Science/Doctorate in Speech-Language Science
We offer two world-class Ph.D. programs: hearing science and speech-language science. Both feature opportunities for individualized study, access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, and an exciting range of mentored research experiences.
Doctor of Clinical Audiology
We offers a world-class four-year residential Clinical Doctoral program in Audiology, with access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, a variety of clinical experiences, and possibilities for mentored research experiences.
Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree
About the Physical Therapy Program
The Ohio University Physical Therapy Program takes pride in our comprehensive 3-year doctoral curriculum that provides the depth and breadth of preparation for you to excel as a clinician.
Physical Therapy Residency
The Physical Therapy Residency Program is a collaboration with OhioHealth to offer an orthopedic, neurological, and a pelvic health residency for licensed physical therapists.
Physician Assistant Practice Degree
Master of Physician Assistant Practice
The College of Health Sciences and Professions offers a master’s degree in Physician Assistant Practice (MPAP) at the University’s Dublin Integrated Education Center in Dublin, Ohio.
Dublin Integrated Education Center
The Physician Assistant Practice program is offered at the 86,000-square-foot Integrated Education Center in Dublin, Ohio.