Students in our communication sciences and disorders (CSD) programs become compassionate and caring professionals working in hospitals, clinics, and school settings. While earning your bachelor's in CSD, you have the option of concurrently earning an associate degree in SLPA, which may be professionally beneficial.
Our faculty are licensed professionals who work right here in western New England, and bring their knowledge, experience, and real-world understanding to the classroom. You may also choose to study to become a speech-language pathology assistant (SLPA) and earn a bachelor of arts or an associate of arts degree.
You can major in communication sciences and disorders to earn a bachelor of arts degree, which prepares you for graduate study in speech-language pathology, audiology, or education of the deaf and hard of hearing. Ninety-seven percent of our students go on to graduate schools, including the top programs in the nation, such as Gallaudet University, Boston University, Massachusetts General Hospital, and University of Washington - Seattle.
You may also choose to study to become a speech-language pathology assistant (SLPA) and earn a bachelor of arts or an associate of arts degree. Our graduates have a 100 percent success rate finding positions as speech-language pathology assistants in school settings.
Take a look at the curriculum for our program, contact us to learn more, or sign up for a campus visit. Ready to apply? You can do it online.
Class of 2013
It was upon her first visit that Blake had her mind made up. The student ambassador giving the tour, whom Blake described as "the best tour guide I've ever had," was also a CSD major who could not say enough about the program.
We are a Catholic liberal arts college founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield, Massachusetts.