Keep up with the latest news from the Speech-Language Pathology Department
National Reaccreditation through 2027
After a rigorous review process, the Department of Speech-Language Pathology received reaccreditation through 2027 from the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA).
NEW Bilingual Certificate in Spanish for Graduate and Undergraduate Students
In partnership with the College of Liberal Arts at CSULB, the program is pleased to offer a new path for students to demonstrate their competency in Spanish and obtain a Bilingual Certificate in Spanish while completing their studies in the discipline of speech-language pathology. This new certificate will provide students with important details in serving as a bilingual service provider in the field of speech-language pathology. The Department plans to expand this certificate option to other languages in the upcoming academic year.
NEW Translational Studies Minor for Undergraduate Students
In partnership with the College of Liberal Arts at CSULB, the program is pleased to offer a new path for undergraduate students to complete specialized training and a Translational Studies Minor concurrent with their studies in in the discipline of speech-language pathology. This new minor will provide speech-language pathology students with critical details needed in the topic of translation across a variety of languages.
Laurel Directo, one of our amazing 3rd year graduate students, received a very competitive scholarship from the California Speech-Language Hearing Association (CSHA) foundation. Please join the department to congratulate Laurel for her outstanding academic and clinical achievements. Laurel was the CSULB NSSLHA graduate representative and was selected to be a member of ASHA Minority Student Leadership Program. Laurel will graduate from the CSULB SLP M.A. program in Fall 2019. We are very proud of Laurel’s accomplishments. Congratulations, Laurel! We know Laurel and her fellow students will continue to carry the torch to be proud CSULB alumni.