Optimizing Care Across the Gender Spectrum, a one-day workshop on Saturday, April 6, provides tools for speech-language pathologists and educators.
Speech-Language Pathology (MS)
The School of Communication Sciences & Disorders offers a residential two-year, full-time master of science degree in speech-language pathology (SLP). Our on-campus graduate program emphasizes the integration of evidence based academic and clinical knowledge and skills throughout the curriculum. With an innovative and comprehensive curriculum, community-based clinical experiences, and a supportive environment, our vision is to change practice by developing exceptional critical thinkers who become leaders in their diverse communities. As a program, we value: advocacy, community, diversity, collaboration, integration, and critical thinking.
The speech-language pathology curriculum provides in-depth study of the wide range of SLP clinical practice in speech, language, swallowing, and cognitive-communication disorders across the lifespan. Our faculty integrates the best current evidence with client-centered care using innovative and practical approaches to teaching. Students have the opportunity to work closely with faculty, professional speech-language pathology clinical supervisors, and gain interdisciplinary experience working with allied health professionals in a variety of community-based settings throughout the graduate program. Our graduates will be prepared to work in a variety of clinical settings with clients across the lifespan, such as in early childhood programs, public and specialty schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, residential care facilities, and private clinical practices.
Dr. Kerry Mandulak, faculty member in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, has been selected as a participant in the 2019 CAPCSD Leadership Academy.
A retired educator and speech pathologist, Steve Dustrude '73 has invested in student success, in and out of the classroom. He's been a leader in Oregon's education system and an advocate for student support at Pacific University.