Welcome to the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences on the beautiful campus of The University of Arizona. Our top-ranked Department offers undergraduate and graduate education regarding the science of human communication and disorders, training for clinical careers in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, and preparation for research careers in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences.
It has been more than 80 years since the first University of Arizona Speech Clinic was established. We became a Department in 1971, and the University of Arizona quickly emerged as a national leader in the fields of Speech Pathology, Audiology, and the sciences that support these clinical professions.
Current graduate school rankings by US News and World Report indicate:
Speech-Language Pathology Program* = 5th in the U.S.
Audiology Program* = 12th in the U.S.
Our faculty are leaders in the profession who are active researchers and dynamic classroom teachers. Undergraduate and graduate students learn foundational knowledge, cutting-edge research findings, and evidence-based practice in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.
We are part of the School of Mind, Brain and Behavior in the College of Science where the opportunity for interdisciplinary coursework and research provides a rich experience for undergraduate and graduate students.
News for Graduate Students: We offer a Bilingual Certificate in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology. The program allows graduate students to specialize in evidence-based methods of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of bilingual children and adults with speech, language, and hearing impairments.
Day-long camp for adolescents with ASD titled “If Trees Could Talk” big success
Host Ira Flatow interviewed Dr. Story for “The Long Quest to Make Machines Talk”
Meetings held on the 1st Tuesday of the month
“Preparing the New Professional” Workshop by Marilyn Wark, MA, CCC-SLP
Nicole Marrone, PhD, to speak on “Lend Me Your Ears (and Your Central Auditory Pathway): Current Research in Hearing, Listening and Learning”