• Speech Pathology/Audiology

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    The Speech Pathology and Audiology Program at Stern College for Women is an exciting baccalaureate degree program designed to prepare students for advanced graduate programs, with an ultimate goal of qualifying for national certification and appropriate licenses so that they may help children and adults with speech, language, voice, swallowing, balance and hearing disorders.

    Speech pathology and/or audiology professionals work with the full range of communication disorders, from development of hearing, language learning and processing, balance, language and speech production, thorugh the loss of these skills from trauma, disease or aging.

    The courses at Stern College are presented sequentially, with a natural progression from basic sciences to clinical coursework introducing the tools for evaluative and rehabilitative strategies.

    The program has an active Speech Pathology/Audiology Club that presents speakers on various topics, provides public information to the general school population and offers a forum from which our students can address other issues of interest.

    There is also a nascent Speech Pathology/Audiology Journal, with material written, edited and published by students, adding to their own credentials and enhancing the Stern College experience.

    For further information, please contact Professor Joseph Danto at danto@yu.edu.


    Yeshiva University offers a program leading to a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology with classes beginning in fall 2015, pending CAA application for accreditation approval. For more information, please contact: slpgrad@yu.edu

    SPAU@Stern - Speech Pathology and Audiology Department Newsletter (PDFs):

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