The Communication Disorders program seeks to prepare young men and women to work in our onsite clinic their senior year and to prepare them for their graduate school education in either Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology.
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Our onsite clinic in a not only a requirement for our students as part of our major, but it is also a service we provide for the community. Our students work with children and adults with a range of communication difficulties and severity levels. In addition to the on-site clinic, student also have the opportunity to provide speech and language therapy to children at a local elementary school. Student clinicians assess, provide therapy, and interact with families and teaching staff providing experiences similar to a public school speech language pathologist.
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I felt very well taken care of in Biola’s Communication Disorders program. It was small, personal, and the students collaborated rather than being competitive with one another. I gained a strong foundation through my experience working in the clinic. My professors knew me as a person, cared about me and were flexible with my individual needs.
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This year's graduates are off to the following schools: Texas State University (1), University of Redlands (3), University of Northern Colorado (1), and Chapman University (1). Congratulations!
Professor Hernandez and alum Adria Murphy ('09) present poster session entitled "Perspectives on Autism Therapy."
The Dept. of Communication Disorders underwent a program review on March 23-24.