UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
If you are looking for a career that blends science with the ability to help others, then communicative disorders is a great program to consider. Communicative disorders is offered as an undergraduate, as well as a graduate program, at River Falls. Now is an excellent time to enroll in this program, as there is a national shortage which creates a high demand for communicative disorders graduates. To be employed in the field, students should expect to earn a minimum of a master's degree.. Employment is available in a variety of settings, such as hospitals, schools, rehabilitation centers, government agencies, early childhood centers and in the sales industry.
- Students can observe therapy services at rural, suburban and urban schools within 30 miles of our campus.
- A speech-language and hearing clinic is also located at UW-River Falls.
- Undergraduate students are paired with graduate students to collect data at the clinic and assist in therapy and evaluation sessions with clients.
- Meets the academic and clinical accreditation standards of the Council for Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA)