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The percent of master's degree graduates who pass the national certifying exam.
The number of members in our chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA).


Christie Witt is an alumna and faculty member in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

Earn a Communication Sciences and Disorders degree from UW-Stevens Point

The Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and 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 Communication Sciences and Disorders

The Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic 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 and language pathology

The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers the Master of Science (M.S.) 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 Communication Sciences and 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.