About Communication Sciences and Disorders

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The Communication Sciences and Disorders program at Minnesota State University, Mankato offers:

  • A nationally-ranked and Accredited graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Faculty who are nationally-recognized and active in their fields
  • Research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students
  • Extensive non-internship, community-based learning opportunities
  • Extensive on-campus and off-campus clinical experiences
  • 100% job placement rate for graduate students
  • 100% national exam passing rate for graduate students
  • Campus and community-based rehabilitation experiences working with individuals with dementia, Parkinson’s and stroke survivors
  • Interprofessional practice and education opportunities
  • State-of-the-art clinical equipment
  • Center for Communication Sciences and Disorders; Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Clinics
  • Regional expertise in the area of literacy disorders, assessment, and intervention
  • Established school partnerships for practicum and internship experiences at urban and rural schools