Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) training prepares students for careers in audiology, speech-language pathology, speech science, hearing science, health care, education, and sales of clinical, education and health-related materials. (See list)
Every year, 95-100% of Augustana graduates who apply to graduate programs are admitted, and half of those who go on to graduate school receive teaching or research fellowships in their advanced programs.
Some recent grads:
Katie Devore '12 is a speech-language pathologist at North Shore Pediatric Therapy in Glenview, Ill. She earned a master's in speech-language pathology program at the University of Iowa.
Angela Cummins '13 is a speech-language pathologist in the Tucson Unified School District in Arizona. She received a master's degree from master's degree the University of Arizona.
Benjamin A. Roth ’12 is a teaching assistant in special education at William Fremd High School, Palatine, Ill.
Lora Collison ’13 is a speech-language pathologist at EB Pediatric Resources in Chicago.
Megan Alano ’14 is a graduate assistant at Miami University and is doing clinical work.
Taylor Flanagan ’14 is a paraprofessional at Hmong American Peace Academy in Milwaukee.
Brittany Fromm ’14 works at Rush University Medical Center Day School, Chicago.
Nicole Vondra ’14 is a graduate clinician at Saint Louis University ENT Clinic.
Jamie Graf ’15 is a speech-language pathology graduate student at Truman State University.
Brittany Burk ’15 is a graduate research assistant at Texas Christian University, pursing a master’s in speech-language pathology.
Kate Kirkton ’15 is pursuing a master’s degree in speech-language pathology at Western Michigan University.