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The Murray State University Center for Communication Disorders is home to the speech and hearing clinic and two academic programs.  Our academic programs include an undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders, a pre-professional program leading to a Bachelor’s degree. This four year undergraduate degree program prepares students for graduate study. The Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology leads to a Master’s of Science. Since 1982, the graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology at Murray State University has been accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2200 Research Boulevard #310, Maryland 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700. The goals of the program are to prepare skilled entry level speech-language pathologists by preparing graduates to meet ASHA certification standards and KY state licensure requirements.

The Murray State University Center for Communication Disorders offers assessment and treatment for communication disorders. The Center’s clinic offers hearing testing. The Center’s Speech and Language Clinic offers speech and language assessments and treatment for a wide range of speech (articulation, voice and stuttering), language (delayed/disordered development, aphasia, traumatic brain injury) and swallowing disorders for infants, preschoolers, school-age children and adults at reduced cost.

The Murray State University Center for Communication Disorders integrates our academic and clinic programs to enhance learning at both the undergraduate and graduate level by providing opportunities for students to observe and practice classroom theories in a clinical situation. The Center for Communication Disorders clinic provides exceptional care to all our clients using evidence-based practices and state of the art equipment.

Interested in Clinical Services?

A parent/ caregiver/stakeholder must contact the MSU Center for Communication Disorders to set up the evaluation process.

To contact us for more information, please call us at (270)809-2446.


Interested in one of Academic Programs?

Students interested in the undergraduate program in Communication Disorders should contact:

Tressa Ross                                                                  Susan Brown

Recruitment and Retention Center                                Audiologist/Advisor

tross@murraystate.edu                                                 Center for Communication Disorders

phone 270-809-4647  fax 270-809-5080                       sbrown1@murraystate.edu


Students with an undergraduate degree in another discipline (Post-Baccelaureate) should contact:

 

Dr. Sharon Hart

Clinic Coordinator/ Graduate Advisor

Center for Communication Disorders

shart@murraystate.edu

phone 270-809-6841

 

Students interested in the Master’s Program in Speech-Language Pathology should contact:

 

Courtney Noland                                                          Dr. Kelly Kleinhans

Coordinator Domestic Graduate Recruitment              Program Director

VP of Academic Affairs                                                Center for Communication Disorders

Cnoland2@murraystate.edu                                        kkleinhans@murraystate.edu

phone 270-809-5304                                                    phone 270-809-2446

 


Students interested in applying to the Graduate program are encouraged to visit our web pages for detailed information and instructions, be sure to peruse the Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ):

http://www.murraystate.edu/Academics/CollegesDepartments/CollegeOfEducationandHumanServices/centerforcommunicationdisorders/GraduatePrograminSpeechLanguagePathology.aspx


To contact us for more information, please email: msu.speech-language@murraystate.edu

We invite prospective students, current students and alumni to visit our blog to see what’s happening at/ with the Center for Communication Disorders. Peruse the posts, share your contact information or donate: http://msucommunicationdisorders.blogspot.com/

For directions to campus:

http://www.murraystate.edu/Campus/PlanVisit/DirectionsToMSU.aspx


Visitor permits are FREE and available by calling the Parking Office at (270) 809-4812 or via email at msu.publicsafety@murraystate.edu


Thank you for your interest in our programs,

Kelly Kleinhans, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Program Director 

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