Those who study communication and swallowing disorders are focused on people of all ages who demonstrate difficulty developing effective and appropriate communication and swallowing skills or who have lost their ability to communicate and/or swallow because of strokes or traumatic brain injury or other physical problems. Earning a degree in speech-language pathology from The University of Tulsa allows you to take the first step toward reaching your goals.
Communication Sciences & Disorders
Chapman Clinic: Where community needs are heard
For half a century, the Mary K. Chapman Speech and Hearing Clinic has served more than 100 patients a year, providing free or low-cost treatment to individuals with communicative disorders who might otherwise have gone without aid. For TU students, the clinic provides on-campus pre-professional experience for those studying for a master’s degree in speech-language pathology.
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