Speech Pathology Programs of Study
The University of Tulsa's bachelor of science and master of science degrees in speech-language pathology combine academic course work and practical experience to prepare students to evaluate, treat, and conduct research into human communication and its disorders. Speech-language pathologists help people of all ages who have disorders such as stuttering, delayed language development, aphasia, voice disorders, speech articulation problems, swallowing impairments, and cognitive disorders. Speech-language pathologists assess, select and develop augmentative and alternative communication systems and provide training in their use. They also provide audiologic rehabilitation and counseling services to persons who are hard-of-hearing and their families.
The master’s degree program in speech-language pathology is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.