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    Why Study Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology?

    Looking to mix personal interactions with a career in health services, teaching, or the sciences? Minoring in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is the best way to prepare yourself for grad school and your career in the allied health professions: you could be a speech-language pathologist or audiologist, an ESL teacher or a sign language interpreter, a special education teacher or rehabilitation counselor.

    Why Study Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at MMC?

    The Communication Sciences and Disorders Department offers practical experience at the undergraduate level, including on-site practicums with real patients and clients, small classroom size and individualized learning, dedicated advising from faculty for students, and exposure to preparatory learning for post-graduate level learning and careers. The program also offers several internship opportunities in partnership with the NYC Department of Education, the CUNY system, and Reading Partners. Our dedicated faculty members will help students further their learnings at MMC with research opportunities and teaching assistantships.

    What You Will Learn

    • Effectively demonstrate knowledge of a range of normal, different, and disordered functions of the human communication system, across varied cultural contexts.
    • Exhibit critical thinking and problem-solving skills in behavior, speech, and writing across genres.
    • Demonstrate scientific literacy as it pertains to the human communication system by engaging in tasks such as research, and clinical and field-related practice.

    VIDEO: Speech Language Pathology and Audiology at MMC - Meet Dr. Sue Behrens


    Communication Sciences and Disorders

    Carson Hall, 7th Floor

    (212) 774-0725 


    Program Highlights

    Students conduct hearing exam

    Known as “The Clinic,” MMC’s Ruth Smadbeck Center provides free services to the public while providing Speech Pathology and Audiology students rare undergraduate experience working directly with clients.

    MMC Students

    Our small class sizes provide the opportunity for individualized learning. You’ll interact with faculty and fellow students, both in and out of the classroom, sharing ideas and concerns, and making close friendships. You’ll become part of a close-knit group of faculty and students.

    Become one of us

    Each year, MMC’s award-winning “Speech Club” raises funds by participating in the Walk 4 Hearing to promote awareness of hearing loss, to support hearing screenings and to provide support to those affected by hearing loss.

    Careers and Outcomes

    Our students’ hands-on education prepares them for success across many growing disciplines. Our students head to various graduate-school programs for professional degrees or join the workforce following graduation. Faculty and staff work to match student talents and interests with the right path. Careers can include:


    • Speech-Language Pathologist
    • Audiologist
    • Teacher of English as a Second Language
    • Sign Language Interpreter
    • Speech, Language, or Hearing Scientist
    • Neuroscientist
    • Special Education Teacher

    Graduate Studies

    • Columbia University
    • Emerson College
    • Hofstra University
    • New York University
    • Temple University
    • University of Connecticut
    • University of Texas at Austin
    • University of Vermont
    • University of Washington, and many more!

    You’ll also find helpful career resources at the Center for Health, Human Development, and Creativity, a transdisciplinary hub for students interested in health-related fields. It supports you through your educational and professional journey, connecting you to internships, research opportunities, and more.

    The Ruth Smadbeck Communication and Learning Center

    The Center provides free services to the community and is an invaluable educational asset for students in MMC’s Communication Sciences and Disorder programs. Students in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology obtain on-site observation, training, and supervision — training rarely available at the undergraduate level. 

    Learn more about the Ruth Smadbeck Communication and Learning Center

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