The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorder offers three programs. The first leads to a bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. The second leads to eligibility for admission to graduate programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders for individuals with a bachelor’s degree in another field (Pregraduate Certification Program). The third leads to a master of arts (M.A.) degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
Founded in 1923, the West Chester University Speech and Hearing Clinic was one of the first in the United States. Today, it continues to provide superior professional diagnostic and treatment services in speech-language pathology and audiology, while fostering excellence in clinical education for students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.