Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Meet the Faculty
As you learn from some of the best clinicians and educators in the field, you will be challenged and supported in a welcoming yet rigorous academic environment. Our highly accessible and supportive instructors bring significant professional experience to the classroom, having contributed seminal research, textbooks, and clinical work to the discipline.
- Daniel Kempler, Chair, specialist in acquired neurologically based communicative disorders in adults
- Cynthia Bartlett, Associate Professor & Graduate Program Director, specialist in adult neurogenic communicative disorders
- Ruth Grossman, Assistant Professor
Faculty & Clinical Staff Bios
Communication Disorders (MS) AT A GLANCE
Students usually complete the degree in two years (including one or two summer sessions).
The master's program in speech-language pathology at Emerson College is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.