Since then, the Department has evolved to offer specialized programs aimed at assisting professionals and individuals with speech, language, and hearing disorders. These programs emphasize both fundamental and advanced professional training, with a strong focus on the theoretical and research aspects of clinical intervention. Currently, the Department offers a Speech-Language Pathology (MA) and a clinical doctoral degree in Audiology (AuD).
Communication Sciences and Disorders
In our audiology and speech-language pathology programs you’ll learn to assist individuals of all ages facing communication challenges. Our graduates not only meet the stringent standards for national certification and New Jersey state licensure but also gain expertise to deliver essential clinical services, making a meaningful impact on the lives of those they serve.
Facilities and Research
Explore our dynamic Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, just steps from Montclair State University at 1515 Broad Street, Bloomfield, NJ. Here, state-of-the-art classrooms, computer labs, and cutting-edge clinical and research spaces await.
Sharpen your skills and dive into hands-on research in audiology/hearing science and speech-language pathology/speech-language research.
Our outstanding faculty blend hands-on clinical know-how with cutting-edge research. They’ve walked the clinical path, collaborating on research and leading in their fields.
Our clinical staff, doubling as mentors and instructors, bring a wealth of experience across audiology and speech-language pathology, covering a diverse range of practice settings.
Scholarship awarded to 2nd year Audiology Doctoral Student - Katie MatofskySunday May 14, 2023
Hackathon Brings Innovative Ideas to Communication TechnologiesFriday January 6, 2023
Great Job Maddy!Friday December 16, 2022