All the major courses in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders are taught by faculty members in modern, technology-equipped classrooms. The department provides students with considerable experiential learning (clinical practice) and research opportunities. There are two state-of-the-art departmental computer laboratories.

The UNI Speech and Hearing Clinic has been in existence since the late 1950s and was renamed the Roy Eblen Speech and Hearing Clinic in 1997. It is dedicated to providing services for all types of communicative disorders. Its service delivery model revolves around student education in the field of human communicative disorders.

Undergraduate Degrees: 
  • Bachelor of Arts
    • Communication Sciences and Disorders

Graduate Degrees: 
  • Master of Arts

    • Speech-Language Pathology

Undergraduate Majors / Emphases: 
  • Pre-Professional Speech-Language Pathology

  • Pre-Professional Audiology