According to the University of Arkansas Rehabilitation, Human Resources, and Communication Disorders Department, "The Program in Communication Disorders offers an undergraduate major leading to the Bachelor of Science in Education degree. This degree prepares students for graduate level studies in speech-language pathology and audiology or graduate level coursework in other educational and health related professions."
"Our mission is to advance knowledge of speech, language, swallowing, and hearing disorders through basic and applied research, graduate clinician training, and community service. To accomplish this mission, faculty and students participate in scholarly research activities, provide clinical services in a state-of-the-art facility, and promote community outreach projects. Our primary goals are to produce innovative scholarly work and train competent speech-language pathologists to provide services to individuals and their families across the life-span."
"The program includes the University of Arkansas Speech and Hearing Clinic, which offers comprehensive speech, language, and hearing services to people of all ages."
|Audiologist||Children's Hearing Specialist|
|Counselor||Speech Language Pathologist|
|Speech-Language Educator||Special Education Teacher|
|Private Practitioner||Private School Administrator|
|Speech and Hearing Therapist|
|Integrity||Sensitivity to the patient's condition|
|Acceptance of all types of people||Motivational skills|
|Quick response time||Excellent listening skills|
|Ability to cooperate||Interpretation ability|
|Seeing to the patient's family's needs||The ability to sensitively talk about the patient|
|Excellent vocal and language skills||Research abilities|
|Attention to detail|
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
National Association of the Deaf
National Center for Voice and Speech