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Program Mission Statement
The Communication Disorders Program offers both undergraduate and graduate programs in each discipline for initial licensure as well as post-licensure professional development. Recognizing the essentially of empirically based program, students are provided early, intensive, and repeated clinical experiences. Integrated throughout education area programs in an allegiance to research, scholarship, and professional services. Collaborative interdisciplinary relationships are recognized as essential in the development of faculty, staff, and students. As such, these relationships are developed and supported throughout the programs. The program has an unfailing commitment to prepare professionals who are ethnically responsible and dedicated to the process of becoming lifelong learners in an ever changing ethnically and culturally diverse society. The primary mission of this multifaceted and integrated program is to develop professional speech-language pathologists who are technically and pedagogically competent, self-motivated, active participants in their respective professional organizations, and who will seek to enrich their professional growth throughout questioning, research, and self-evaluation through the full tenure of their careers.
Programs in communication disorders at the undergraduate and graduate levels are offered by Indiana State University to provide students with knowledge and experiences that lead to rewarding careers.
Communication Disorders Program
Indiana State University
Bayh College of Education, UH Room 226
Terre Haute, Indiana 47809
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