Mission, Vision and Goals
The mission of the Speech-Language Pathology Program is to offer an innovative interprofessional learning environment that empowers new leaders in speech-language pathology to excel as evidence-based, compassionate, and responsible clinicians in the creation of a just and merciful world.
The Speech-Language Pathology Program seeks to be a leader of innovation and transformational educational opportunities by providing exceptional training within a diverse, interprofessional collaborative learning environment.
- Equip students with the required knowledge and skills needed for entry level professional practice in speech-language pathology
- Establish an innovative, high technology learner-centered curriculum which promotes the development of critical thinking and evidence-based clinical practices
- Provide a strong interprofessional teaching-learning environment whereby students use cross-disciplinary partnerships to guide clinical decision making
- Foster a person-centered professional practice climate of mutual respect, professionalism, ethical accountability, self-reflection, and life-long learning
View the program’s 2019-2022 Strategic Plan.
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