The Communication Sciences and Disorders Program at Cleveland State University is situated within the School of Health Sciences. The program includes a Master's level Speech-Language Pathology degree program and a pre-professional undergraduate degree program.
The program also houses the popular American Sign Language curriculum, taken by students across campus to fulfill general education requirements.
The program also houses the Speech and Hearing Clinic, which provides comprehensive diagnostic and intervention services for people of all ages, covering a wide range of communication disorders.
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