La Salle University’s Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program provides a research-oriented, clinically-based curriculum grounded in theoretical, ethical, and clinical knowledge in communication sciences and disorders. Students learn to think critically and communicate effectively to meet professional credentialing requirements, including American Speech-Language-Hearing Association certification as speech-language pathologists. Students gain knowledge and skills to evaluate, treat, and advocate for individuals with communication and swallowing disorders in a pluralistic society. Students learn to analyze and integrate research into clinical practice, recognize diverse client/caregiver perspectives and values, and pursue life-long learning.
Inspiring students to become accomplished speech-language pathologists who serve, empower, and advocate for all people affected by communication and swallowing disorders.
As leaders in the education and preparation of professionals in communication and swallowing disorders, La Salle University Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Department:
STRATEGIC GOALS 2023-2028