Our faculty members are recognized researchers and practitioners as well as members
of professional organizations in the field.
Our program balances classroom learning with real-world application. You’ll learn
about communication skills through introductory courses in audiology, speech and hearing
science, and speech and language development.
Advanced courses focus on identifying and treating specific hearing, speech and language
disorders, and also serve as prerequisites for graduate study.
While enrolled in audiology and speech-language pathology courses, you’ll observe
clients at the UNT Speech and Hearing Center, which supplies professional evaluation
and intervention for various diagnoses including articulation, hearing, language,
voice and fluency disorders.
The ASLP Director of Undergraduate Studies will guide you in your career path through
weekly newsletters, professional development events each semester and personal career
This is a growing career field because of the rising elderly population, greater emphasis
placed on early detection of communication disorders, increasing concern about occupational
hearing loss and rapid advances in technology.