Graduate Programs

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Communication Sciences and Disorders: Ph.D.

 

The Ph.D. program in communication sciences and disorders (CSCD) at the University of Delaware is the first doctoral program in CSCD – also known as speech-language pathology – in the state of Delaware. Through our faculty, who represent a range of interests within the discipline, we offer doctoral training in speech articulation, phonology, language and bilingualism, voice, and their respective disorders, in children and adults. Diverse research modalities are used including research using human, imaging, electrophysiology, clinical trials, animal models and computational modeling. The program is deeply interdisciplinary, having emerging connections across the University including connections with linguistics, kinesiology, exercise physiology, tissue engineering, psychology and music.

 

Application Deadlines


FALL:

December 15: Final Deadline to Apply

 

SPRING:

June 1Final Deadline to Apply

 

UD Tuition


The 2021-2022 UD graduate student tuition rate per credit hour is $950.