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Arizona State University

Last Modified: 10/30/2018
Department of Speech and Hearing Science
P.O. Box 870102
Tempe, AZ 85287-0102
Phone: (480)965-2374
Fax: (480)965-8516
E-mail Address: nancy.scherer@asu.edu
https://chs.asu.edu/programs/schools/department-speech-and-hearing-science

CAA Accreditation Information

Accredited

Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology
CAA Accredited (MS) (2011 - 2019)
Next Accreditation Review: February 2019

Accredited

Clinical Entry-Level Doctoral Degree Audiology
CAA Accredited (clinical entry level AuD) (2011 - 2019)
Next Accreditation Review: February 2019

Programs

Undergraduate Degree - Bachelor of Science (BS)

General

Administrative Location:
College of Health Solutions
Combined Degree Programs Offered:
No
Entire Degree Offered Online:
No
Part-Time Enrollment:
The degree program does not accept part-time students.
Multicultural/Bilingual Emphasis:
No multicultural or bilingual emphasis
Study Abroad Opportunities:
The degree program does not offer study abroad opportunities.
Areas of Research:
Audiology/Hearing Science:
Audiologic assessment
Audiologic (re)habilitation
Electrophysiology (otoacoustic emissions, auditory, electrocochleography, intraoperative monitoring)
Hearing aids/assistive listening technology
Hearing: normal processes, disorders
Pediatric audiology
Speech-Language Pathology/Speech and Language Science:
Aphasia
Autism spectrum disorders
Craniofacial anomalies
Fluency: normal processes, disorders
Language: typical development, normal processes, disorders
Neurogenics (apraxia, dysarthria)
Speech production: articulation, phonology
Cognitive communication (e.g., dementia, traumatic brain injury)
General to Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology:
Genetics
Learning disabilities
Literacy
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (academic, clinical, supervision)
Service delivery models
Interprofessional practice/interprofessional education
Institution Grants and Contract(s)
Federally funded research grant(s): 14
Total dollar amount: $4,216,189
Federally funded personnel preparation grant(s): 2
Total dollar amount: $947,417
State funded research grant(s): 0
Total dollar amount: $0
State funded personnel preparation grant(s): 0
Total dollar amount: $0
Postdoctoral Opportunities:
Yes
Specialty Tracks / Unique Features:
Speech-Language Patholgy Assistants (SLPA) Certificate
Minority Serving Institution:
No Specific Department of Education Designation
NSSLHA Chapter:
Yes

Admissions

Application Process:
University online application

Enrollment

Total Undergraduate Enrollment:
696

Graduation

Total Number of Degrees Granted:
Full time: 47
Part time: 40
Total: 87

Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology - Master of Science (MS)

General

Administrative Location:
College of Health Solutions
Program Director:
Kelly Ingram
Clinic Director:
MariaRita Schatzki
Combined Degree Programs Offered:
No
Entire Degree Offered Online:
No
Part-Time Enrollment:
The degree program does not accept part-time students.
Multicultural/Bilingual Emphasis:
Bilingual emphasis
Multicultural emphasis
Study Abroad Opportunities:
The degree program does not offer study abroad opportunities.
Areas of Research:
Audiology/Hearing Science:
Audiologic assessment
Audiologic (re)habilitation
Electrophysiology (otoacoustic emissions, auditory, electrocochleography, intraoperative monitoring)
Hearing aids/assistive listening technology
Hearing: normal processes, disorders
Pediatric audiology
Speech-Language Pathology/Speech and Language Science:
Aphasia
Autism spectrum disorders
Craniofacial anomalies
Fluency: normal processes, disorders
Language: typical development, normal processes, disorders
Neurogenics (apraxia, dysarthria)
Speech production: articulation, phonology
Cognitive communication (e.g., dementia, traumatic brain injury)
General to Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology:
Genetics
Learning disabilities
Literacy
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (academic, clinical, supervision)
Service delivery models
Interprofessional practice/interprofessional education
Institution Grants and Contract(s)
Federally funded research grant(s): 14
Total dollar amount: $4,216,189
Federally funded personnel preparation grant(s): 2
Total dollar amount: $947,417
State funded research grant(s): 0
Total dollar amount: $0
State funded personnel preparation grant(s): 0
Total dollar amount: $0
Postdoctoral Opportunities:
Yes
Specialty Tracks / Unique Features:
Bilingual/Multicultural Training Program, School, Medical, Part-time Employment Program
Minority Serving Institution:
No Specific Department of Education Designation
NSSLHA Chapter:
Yes

Admissions

Admission Contact:
Email Address: Kimberly.Doney@asu.edu.
Application Deadline(s):
Application deadline for Fall admission: January 15
Application Process:
University online application
Application Requirements:
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score
Letters of recommendation: 3
Writing sample/essay: 1
Average GRE Score for Applicants Offered Admission:
Verbal reasoning: 154
Quantitative reasoning: 150
Analytical writing: 4
GPA Range for Applicants Offered Admission:
3.41-4.1
Undergraduate Prerequisites Required:
Yes
Offer Prerequisite Courses:
Yes, and anyone may register
Offer Prerequisite Courses Online:
No
Number of Applications Received:
Full-time Students: 426
Part-time Students: 0
Total: 426
Number of Admission Offers:
Full time: 88
Part time: 0
Total: 88
Number of Admission Offers with Funding:
5

Enrollment

Target Class Size:
45
First-Year Enrollment:
Full-time students: 43
Part-time students: 0
Total: 43
Total Graduate Enrollment:
Full-time students: 85
Part-time students: 0
Total: 85

Graduation

Credit Hour Requirement:
Total semester credit hours: 52
Additional Requirements:
Comprehensive exam
Average Time to Degree (CED):
Total semesters: 5
Total Number of Degrees Granted:
Full time: 39
Part time: 0
Total: 39

Clinical Entry Level Doctoral Degree in Audiology - Doctor of Audiology (AuD)

General

Administrative Location:
College of Health Solutions
Program Director:
Stephanie Adamovich
Clinic Director:
Kristin Samuelson
Combined Degree Programs Offered:
Clinical doctoral/research doctoral (e.g., AuD/PhD)
Entire Degree Offered Online:
No
Part-Time Enrollment:
The degree program does not accept part-time students.
Multicultural/Bilingual Emphasis:
No multicultural or bilingual emphasis
Study Abroad Opportunities:
The degree program does not offer study abroad opportunities.
Areas of Research:
Audiology/Hearing Science:
Audiologic assessment
Audiologic (re)habilitation
Electrophysiology (otoacoustic emissions, auditory, electrocochleography, intraoperative monitoring)
Hearing aids/assistive listening technology
Hearing: normal processes, disorders
Pediatric audiology
Speech-Language Pathology/Speech and Language Science:
Aphasia
Autism spectrum disorders
Craniofacial anomalies
Fluency: normal processes, disorders
Language: typical development, normal processes, disorders
Neurogenics (apraxia, dysarthria)
Speech production: articulation, phonology
Cognitive communication (e.g., dementia, traumatic brain injury)
General to Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology:
Genetics
Learning disabilities
Literacy
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (academic, clinical, supervision)
Service delivery models
Interprofessional practice/interprofessional education
Institution Grants and Contract(s)
Federally funded research grant(s): 14
Total dollar amount: $4,216,189
Federally funded personnel preparation grant(s): 2
Total dollar amount: $947,417
State funded research grant(s): 0
Total dollar amount: $0
State funded personnel preparation grant(s): 0
Total dollar amount: $0
Postdoctoral Opportunities:
Yes
Specialty Tracks / Unique Features:
Data not available.
Minority Serving Institution:
No Specific Department of Education Designation
NSSLHA Chapter:
Yes

Admissions

Admission Contact:
Email Address: kimberly.doney@asu.edu
Application Deadline(s):
Application deadline for Fall admission: January 15
Application Process:
University online application
Application Requirements:
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score
Letters of recommendation: 3
Writing sample/essay: 1
Other: Top students are invited to submit a personal Video
Average GRE Score for Applicants Offered Admission:
Verbal reasoning: 150.77
Quantitative reasoning: 151.62
Analytical writing: 3.97
GPA Range for Applicants Offered Admission:
3.55-3.91
Undergraduate Prerequisites Required:
Yes
Offer Prerequisite Courses:
Yes, and anyone may register
Offer Prerequisite Courses Online:
Yes
Number of Applications Received:
Full-time Students: 78
Part-time Students: 0
Total: 78
Number of Admission Offers:
Full time: 28
Part time: 0
Total: 28
Number of Admission Offers with Funding:
None

Enrollment

Target Class Size:
15
First-Year Enrollment:
Full-time students: 14
Part-time students: 0
Total: 14
Total Graduate Enrollment:
Full-time students: 54
Part-time students: 0
Total: 54

Graduation

Credit Hour Requirement:
Total semester credit hours: 86
Additional Requirements:
Comprehensive exam
Other: Praxis exam, clinical hours, Formative exam
Average Time to Degree (CED):
Total semesters: 8
Total Number of Degrees Granted:
Full time: 14
Part time: 0
Total: 14

Research Doctoral Degree in Speech and Hearing Science - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

General

Administrative Location:
College of Health Solutions
Combined Degree Programs Offered:
Clinical doctoral/research doctoral (e.g., AuD/PhD)
Entire Degree Offered Online:
No
Part-Time Enrollment:
The degree program does not accept part-time students.
Study Abroad Opportunities:
The degree program does not offer study abroad opportunities.
Areas of Research:
Audiology/Hearing Science:
Audiologic assessment
Audiologic (re)habilitation
Electrophysiology (otoacoustic emissions, auditory, electrocochleography, intraoperative monitoring)
Hearing aids/assistive listening technology
Hearing: normal processes, disorders
Pediatric audiology
Speech-Language Pathology/Speech and Language Science:
Aphasia
Autism spectrum disorders
Craniofacial anomalies
Fluency: normal processes, disorders
Language: typical development, normal processes, disorders
Neurogenics (apraxia, dysarthria)
Speech production: articulation, phonology
Cognitive communication (e.g., dementia, traumatic brain injury)
General to Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology:
Genetics
Learning disabilities
Literacy
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (academic, clinical, supervision)
Service delivery models
Interprofessional practice/interprofessional education
Institution Grants and Contract(s)
Federally funded research grant(s): 14
Total dollar amount: $4,216,189
Federally funded personnel preparation grant(s): 2
Total dollar amount: $947,417
State funded research grant(s): 0
Total dollar amount: $0
State funded personnel preparation grant(s): 0
Total dollar amount: $0
Postdoctoral Opportunities:
Yes
Specialty Tracks / Unique Features:
Auditory and Language Neuroscience Translational Genetics of Communication Abilities
Minority Serving Institution:
No Specific Department of Education Designation
NSSLHA Chapter:
Yes

Admissions

Admission Contact:
Email Address: Kimberly.Doney@asu.edu
Application Deadline(s):
Application deadline for Fall admission: December 15
Application Process:
University online application
Application Requirements:
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score
Letters of recommendation: 3
Writing sample/essay: 1
Other: CV/Resume
Number of Applications Received:
Full-time Students: 11
Part-time Students: 0
Total: 11
Number of Admission Offers:
Full time: 7
Part time: 0
Total: 7
Number of Admission Offers with Funding:
1

Enrollment

Target Class Size:
6
First-Year Enrollment:
Full-time students: 1
Part-time students: 0
Total: 1
Total Graduate Enrollment:
Full-time students: 24
Part-time students: 7
Total: 31

Graduation

Credit Hour Requirement:
Total semester credit hours: 84
Additional Requirements:
Comprehensive exam
Dissertation
Other: 1st Year Research Project
Research Doctoral Degrees Granted:
3