Graduate Education in Speech-Language Pathology at UNI Stresses the development of: an increased student interest and knowledge base within the area of communication and its related disorders, independent critical thinking skills necessary for the effective evaluation and management of a broad range of communicatively impaired individuals, clinical skills to effectively manage individuals with a broad range of communicative impairments, interpersonal skills necessary to function as a contributor to an interdisciplinary rehabilitation team, and an increased awareness of professional ethics and issues.
-Caring, knowledgeable, and available faculty within the department.
-Modern technology-equipped classroom located in the department.
-Courses in the major are taught by faculty, not graduate assistants.
-Considerable experiential learning (clinical practice) opportunities.
-Involves both faculty and peer mentoring.
-Modern well-equipped on-campus Speech and Hearing Clinic.
-A variety of possible off-campus practicum experiences for undergraduate students.
-Faculty provide clinical supervision in their areas of expertise to better integrate classroom and clinic-based instruction.
-Two Departmental computer laboratories:
-Teaching/Learning Lab with multiple (13) computer stations.
-Clinical Lab with multiple (8) computers to use in clinical activities.
-Opportunities for undergraduate student research.
-Undergraduate student research fund available within the department.
-Modern well-equipped Sertoma Research Laboratory which is available for undergraduate student research.
-Modern facilities and state-of-the-art technology.
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