Earn a Communicative Disorders degree from UW-Stevens Point
The Bachelor of Science in Communicative Disorders
at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is a first step for
students who desire a career in speech-language pathology or audiology. Speech-language pathologists and audiologists treat clients who range
from infants to the elderly in a variety of settings, such as
schools, clinics, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, private practice
and state agencies.
Explore special opportunities in the School of Communicative Disorders
The Center for Communicative Disorders is a clinical training facility serving the university community and Central Wisconsin. Components of the program include undergraduate clinical practicum experience; clinical observation rooms allowing undergraduate students to observe seniors and graduate students conducting therapy; an active student speech, language and hearing association; a state-of-the-art Augmentative Communication Lab; a Speech and Hearing Science Lab; and a comprehensive hearing aid dispensing program.
Earn your master's degree in speech-language pathology
The School of Communicative Disorders offers the Master of Science (M.S.) Degree in speech-language pathology
. Our graduates are currently located from coast to coast
in a variety
of work settings including universities, hospitals, public schools and
private clinics. Clinical training in speech-language pathology begins
at the undergraduate level and culminates with a clinical semester at
the end of the graduate program.
Complete your Clinical Doctorate of Audiology
The Clinical Doctorate in Audiology
(Au.D.) is a joint program with UW-Stevens Point and the UW-Madison Department of Communicative Disorders. In this program, lecture classes are taught simultaneously at both campuses; videoconferencing allows you to interact with students and faculty at the remote campus. Laboratory experiences are taught separately, using the same curriculum, on each campus.