Our programs encourage inter-professional understanding and collaboration.
- Interview: Dr. Dawn Vogler-Elias
Listen to Dr. Dawn Vogler-Elias, assistant professor in communication sciences and disorders, talk to WXXI radio's Bob Smith about autism advocacy.
Speech language pathologists and audiologists help people develop, improve, or regain their ability to communicate.
Communicating complex and abstract concepts through the use of language is a uniquely human ability. Speech, language and hearing problems significantly affect the quality of life of millions of people both young and old, throughout the world.
What we do makes a difference. You can too!
The undergraduate program provides students with the theoretical background for graduate study in Speech Language Pathology or Audiology. Students study normal aspects of human communication and explore the various disorders that affect communication across the lifespan.
This undergraduate minor is designed to enhance students’ knowledge of sound, hearing, and audiology. Students learn the principles in acoustics and psychoacoustics, the anatomy and physiology of the ear and of hearing, aural rehabilitation, and the professional practice of audiology.
From individualized programs to meet specific interests, to
extensive hands-on clinical experience, students in Nazareth’s Speech Pathology graduate program gain knowledge and
practical skills to evaluate, treat, and advocate for individuals with
communication and swallowing disorders.
This specialization within the Speech Language Pathology graduate program focuses on early intervention, work in a variety of educational settings and communication options, as well as on work with individuals who have cochlear implants.
This program is designed for individuals who have undergraduate degrees in areas other than communication sciences and disorders but who wish to pursue a graduate speech pathology degree.
I-SPAN is a graduate-level program that prepares professionals to work with individuals with autism across the lifespan. The nine-credit sequence examines a variety of contemporary topics related to best practices in person-centered support of individuals with autism in multiple settings.