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Professor Amy Ramage with CSD students in the neuroscience lab

Explore the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders

 The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) strives to educate students in the science and art of CSD with current, relevant knowledge and to foster inter-professional approaches to learning in the broad context of health and human services. 

The Master of Science (M.S.) education residential program in speech-language pathology at the University of New Hampshire is 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, Rockville, MD 20850; 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders' Accelerated Masters program is currently under review. This program provides CSD undergraduates with the opportunity to earn graduate credits during their senior year, shorten the length of their graduate studies, and jumpstart their careers. 
 

Learn More about the Accelerated Masters program

  • 2022 Grimes Research Competition
    Rachel Courter, a Communication Sciences and Disorders major, will be presenting her research at the 2022 Grimes Research Competition.  Research title: Assessing how adults produce and understand the melody and rhythm of speech in English
    2022 Grimes Research Competition
    Rachel Courter, a Communication Sciences and Disorders major, will be presenting her research at the 2022 Grimes Research Competition.  Research title: Assessing how adults produce and understand the melody and rhythm of speech in English
  • Morgan James '17, '19G is a Communication Sciences and Disorders alum who is currently working in a school-based setting. 
    Morgan James '17, '19G is a Communication Sciences and Disorders alum who is currently working in a school-based setting. 
  • Noah Conte '23 is a Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate student from Kittery, Maine. 
    Noah Conte '23 is a Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate student from Kittery, Maine. 
  • Hometown: Bridgewater, MA Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduation Year: 2020 Looking back on your time at UNH so far, what are you most proud of and why? I am most proud of the fact that I am still graduating on time while taking two semesters off during my sophomore year of college...
    Hometown: Bridgewater, MA Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduation Year: 2020 Looking back on your time at UNH so far, what are you most proud of and why? I am most proud of the fact that I am still graduating on time while taking two semesters off during my sophomore year of college...
  • Name: Stacy Kenney Hometown: Weare, NHMajor: Communication Sciences and DisordersGraduation Year: 2019
    Name: Stacy Kenney Hometown: Weare, NHMajor: Communication Sciences and DisordersGraduation Year: 2019

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