Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders
Elizabeth Lidov Wants To Help Those with Communication Disorders
The Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders degree provides the academic basis for graduate study in audiology and speech-language pathology, as well as the skills and knowledge you would need to work as a paraprofessional in a range of settings. Courses in math, science, psychology, and American Sign Language provide a broad, rich perspective on both the physiological and social aspects of human communication—giving you the tools to make a difference in people’s lives as you chart an exciting future in a fast-growing field.
Dr. Daniel Kempler teaches students about voice disorders.
Grossman studies facial expression to aid people with autism
In her research, Communication Sciences and Disorders Assistant Professor Ruth Grossman wants to address some of the communication problems that children with autism face as they interact with others at home and school.
The Stages of Language
CSD student Emily Skibo studies phonetics and language acquisition. Watch now »