Information for Admitted Graduate Students

Information for Admitted Graduate Students
CSD graduate student working with a pediatric client

Welcome to the Communication Sciences and Disorders M.S. degree program at UNH. Our students, graduates, and faculty touch nearly every public school, clinic, and hospital in the state. 

See below for comprehensive information about our Communication Sciences and Disorders M.S. program.

Pre-Recorded Information Sessions

CSD graduate students have recorded informational videos to provide an overview of our program and answer many frequently asked questions. 

watch information sessions

CSD Graduate Student Kyle Reed '21G

“My classes and the 400 clinical hours required by the program provide me with the knowledge and confidence that I will reach my goal of assisting veterans whose communication abilities were compromised in the course of active service.”
– Kyle Reed ’19, ’21G, Veteran of U.S. Army 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment 

CSD graduate students using equipment in the neuroscience lab

“Working as a research assistant in the CSD department has been an invaluable experience. I had the opportunity to assist in conducting research projects with children between the ages of 1 and 6, a population I'm interested in working with clinically. Further, I learned of the various clinical applications of Praat, an acoustic analysis software, and used it with clients across the life span.”
Mikaela Coombs, ‘20G

CSD graduate students collaborating in the neuroscience lab

During my first semester, my co-clinician and I worked together to problem-solve, brainstorm and plan for our sessions which gave me extensive experience with teamwork. One of the best moments was receiving a note from my client’s mother explaining how much progress her son had made and how the skills learned in the therapy room were able to  positively impact him outside of the clinic.”
Emily LaRosa, ‘19, ‘21G