The Department of Communication Disorders (CMDS) at Auburn University has been accredited since 1965, making it one of the oldest training programs accredited in the U.S. We offer the highest quality undergraduate preparation for students aspiring to graduate programs in speech language pathology or audiology. Our CMDS graduate programs have also been distinguished as the highest ranked training programs in the State of Alabama (U.S. News & World Report) and they have achieved near 100% employment for our graduates over the past three years (see Outcome Measures).
We offer a Bachelor's Degree (BS) in Communication Disorders, Master's degrees in speech-language pathology (MCD & MS), and a Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree.
Our graduate degree programs are accredited through 2016 by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. Learn More.
All of us in audiology and speech language pathology are excited to have you look over our program! We welcome our incoming students into the undergraduate and graduate degree programs. We wish them success in their studies. Prospective students are encouraged to check out our degree programs and schedule a campus visit. If you are an alumnus of Auburn's CMDS program, please check out the Department News for recent events. Site visitors interested in the services of the Speech and Hearing Clinic should select the Clinic link on the orange bar Read More.
Our department focuses on applied research in hearing, language, and speech science across the lifespan. CMDS faculty have ongoing collaborative research efforts with other departments and colleges and actively access state of the art facilities. Our faculty serve on national boards and committees, publish in high impact journals, and have a successful track record of securing funding. Learn More.