Ranked #1 in Nation
The M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology program was recognized as the top program of its kind in a 2014 nationwide survey by graduateprograms.com.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers a pre-professional undergraduate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders, and a graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology. The department is committed to advancing the study of human communication sciences and disorders within a culturally and linguistically diverse society.
Intellectual growth is promoted through the recognition and expression of multiple theoretical, cultural, and individual perspectives. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders fosters respect for diversity and a commitment to serve individuals with communication problems.
NSSLHA is the pre-professional national organization for master’s candidates and undergraduate students interested in the study of normal and disordered human communication behavior. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at LIU Brooklyn has established a Speech-Language-Hearing Society as a local chapter of the NSSLHA. All speech majors are encouraged to apply for membership. The Speech-Language-Hearing Society will serve as a forum for discussion of issues both in the Speech Pathology program at LIU and in the field itself. It will also serve as a network between students, faculty and practitioners.
Any student desiring membership into the Speech-Language-Hearing Society should register with the recording secretary before a general meeting. NSSLHA application forms can also be obtained from the recording secretary or in the department office.
Distinctions of the LIU Brooklyn speech-language pathology program:
|Undergraduate Programs||Accelerated Programs||Graduate Programs|
|B.S. in Communications Sciences and Disorders||B.S./M.S. in Communications Sciences and Disorders||M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology|