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Gannon's communication sciences and disorders program provides you with the pre-health science and educational foundation for understanding and treating speech, language, hearing and swallowing disorders. Engage with faculty in an inter-professional and collaborative environment that promotes scholarship and service, and explore your meaningful career in speech-language pathology, audiology, education and rehabilitative health care.
Gain real-world knowledge through key courses:
Phonetics: Study acoustic, linguistic and articulatory properties of speech sounds using the International Phonetic Alphabet. Learn transcription and differences in speech production.
Introduction to Audiology: Explore the scope of practice, anatomy and physiology of hearing mechanisms, hearing science and audiometry and learn methods for assessing, evaluating and rehabilitating hearing disorders.
Communication Disorders in Children and Adults: Study the genetics, etiologies, diagnosis and interventions for speech, language, hearing and swallowing disorders
in adults and children, as well as prevention, education, advocacy and treatment of disorders.
Gannon's communication sciences and disorders program provides you with an array of opportunities to prepare you for a purposeful career. You will:
“I have evolved into an open-minded, educated and powerful woman because of the friends, professors and mentors that I have met within (my) program and the university. I have never felt more prepared to take on my career, and life in general, because of the lessons I have learned while studying here at Gannon.”
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