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Speech, Language and Hearing Department

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Welcome to the Speech, Language and Hearing Department at Edinboro University. Our department independently houses the BS in Speech and Hearing Sciences (BSSHD) and the CAA-accredited MA in Speech-Language Pathology (MASLP) programs on the second floor of  the brand new state-of-the-art  Human Services Building.  Our large new clinical facility will permit expansion of community-based services and technological advancements to improve client care and clinical education of student. It is the hallmark of our continued professional excellence.

Speech, Language and Hearing Department Vision  To cultivate dynamic academic and clinical experiences to prepare and foster engaged students with knowledge and skill competency in the evolving discipline of communication sciences and disorders.

Speech, Language and Hearing Department Mission The Speech, Language and Hearing Department will recruit, educate, and prepare engaged and responsive students in the pre-professional and professional changing scope of practice in communication sciences and disorders.  Through relevant academic coursework and clinical experiences, the Speech, Language and Hearing Department will inspire and challenge students toward a commitment to personal and professional development while nurturing a strong sense of respect and dignity for persons with communication, cognitive, and/or swallowing disorders.  The department’s Governor George Leader Speech and Hearing Center will provide the bridge between theory, practice, and service to the community.

For information about the BASHD program:For information about the MASLP program:Direct Link to MASLP Program Statistics
  • Click the BSSHD link or
  • Contact Dr. Susan Hegel, CCC-SLP
    BSSHD Program Coordinator
    241 Human Services Building
  • Click the MASLP link or
  • Contact Dr. Roy Shinn, CCC-A
    Graduate Program Head
    221 Human Services Building