Communication Sciences and Disorders

Accreditation and Student Outcome Data


Accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

The M.A. in Speech-Language Pathlogoy is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). ASHA is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists in the United States and internationally. Newly admitted students receive information regarding ASHA certification at the orientation meeting at the beginning of each semester. Additional literature about ASHA certification is always available in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders office. Clinical seminars provide ongoing information pertaining to ASHA certification, the ASHA Code of Ethics. Any specific questions pertaining to ASHA certification may be addressed with the Chairperson and faculty members in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders or visit www.asha.org for further information.

Professional Organizations

National Student Speech-Language - Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
The National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association is a pre-professional organization for undergraduate and graduate students in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, and related majors. The organization, which has chapters throughout the country, is involved with sponsoring activities at the ASHA conventions, planning drives to raise money for clinical and academic events, informing students about current issues and events in the profession and much more. Membership in NSSLHA provides students with substantially discounted rates for all ASHA journals, and for the initial cost of professional membership.

New York State Speech-Language - Hearing Association (NYSSLHA)
The New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association acts as advocate for educational programs, promotes master’s level entry into our field and lobbies for reimbursement and autonomy of professionals in our field. Further, the Association sponsors scholarships, workshops, seminars and the annual convention. Students are encouraged to join our state association at a reduced fee. Join, and reap the benefits.

Long Island Speech-Language-Hearing Association (LISHA)
The Long Island Speech-Language-Hearing Association, is the largest regional speech-language-hearing association in the country. The Association provides its members with opportunities for increasing knowledge in communication sciences and disorders and promotes high professional standards for its members. It encourages student membership, sponsors numerous conferences each year, and is a local Student Outcome Data



Student Outcome Data
Academic Year Employment Rate in Profession
 
Period Number of graduates % of graduates employed
2014/2015 36 100
2013/2014 35 100
2012/2013 34 100
3 year average 100

 

Method for reporting praxis examination pass rate data: ETS and Institutional Data
       
Period Number of students taking the exam Number of students passed Pass rate
2014/2015 36 36 1.00
2013/2014 35 35 1.00
2012/2013 34 34 1.00
3 year average   100%

 

Program completion rate
         
Period Number of students completed in expected time Number of students completed later than expected Number of students not completed % completed 
2014/2015 36 0  0  100
2013/2014 35 0  0 100
2012/2013 34 0  0 100
3 year average 35 0
 0 100

CONTACT

College of Education, Information, and Technology
Dr. Albert Inserra, Dean
516-299-2210

post-educate@liu.edu