Communication Sciences and Disorders

College of Science and Health Professions

Pre-professional undergraduate programs in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Edinboro University and an accredited graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology provide students with a thorough understanding of the science of human communication throughout the lifespan.

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Why Study Communication Sciences and Disorders at Edinboro University?

The ability to communicate includes hearing and comprehending messages of others, formulating a thought in the brain, and converting it into a spoken message using more than 100 muscles connected to the nervous system. It plays a crucial role in human relationships, personal safety, reading success, academic success, vocational opportunities and healthy aging. It develops remarkably well in most people with little formal teaching yet is a complicated set of skills requiring a coordinated effort of several biological systems.

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Communication Sciences and Disorders
202 Jeremy D. Brown Humans Services Building
215 Scotland Road
Edinboro, PA 16444
Phone: 814-732-2344

Craig Coleman, MA
Department Chair
240 Jeremy D. Brown Human Services Building
Email: ccoleman@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814-732-1407