Contact Info

          Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
          Human Services Building,
          Room 207
          215 Scotland Road
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2433

          Dr. Mary Beth Mason
          Department Chair
          Office: Human Services Building, Room 221
          Phone: (814) 732-1287
          Email: 
          mbmason@edinboro.edu 

          Communication Sciences and Disorders



          Pre-professional undergraduate programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders and an accredited graduate program in speech-language pathology provide students with an understanding of the science of human communication throughout the lifespan.
          EU alum plays key role in facial transplant recovery

          EU alum plays key role in facial transplant recovery

          EU alumna Matina Balou recently played a major part in one of the most remarkable surgical procedures ever conducted.

          Governor George Leader Speech and Hearing Center

          Governor George Leader Speech and Hearing Center

          Clinic offers a supervised training environment in clinical service delivery right on campus.

          Faculty elected to top posts in PSHA

          Faculty elected to top posts in PSHA

          Dr. Mary Beth Mason and Dr. Skye Lewis will serve in executive leadership positions within the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

            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.

            Undergraduate students in Speech and Hearing Sciences study the science of human communication across the lifespan. Graduate students in Speech-Language Pathology study how to practice professionally to assess and treat various disorders of communication and swallowing in people of all ages.

            Department Goals: Strategic Plan and Annual Goals (PDF)

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            Minors & Programs

            Bachelor's
            Program
            Curriculum
            Course Sequence
            Speech and Hearing Sciences
            Bachelor of Science
            Program Number: 0313
            Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders
            Description
            Speech and Hearing Sciences
            Bachelor of Arts
            Program Number: 0328
            Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders
            Description

             

            Graduate
            Program
            Curriculum
            Speech Language Pathology
            Master of Arts
            Concentration Code: 8045
            Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders

            Description

             

            Minors
            Program
            Curriculum
            Deaf Studies Minor
            Minor
            Program Number: 1086
            Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders
            Description