Communication Disorders: Clinical Experience and Careers
Students participate in extensive hands-on clinical experiences both in the in-house clinic and preschool and at more than 60 off-campus facilities with which the Department of Communication Disorders has contractual relationships.
Graduates of this program will be qualified to practice as speech pathologists in a variety of settings, including hospitals, rehabilitation centers, long-term care facilities, public and private schools, outpatient clinics, home-care companies, early intervention programs, research labs, governmental agencies, and others.
Cal U prepares you to enter the workforce with knowledge, integrity, character and experience. With the help of Career Services, we'll connect you to potential employers through networking events, job shadowing opportunities, on-campus recruiting, job and internship fairs, and organizational visits.
Where Our Graduates Are Working
- Aegis Therapy
- Anchor Lodge Nursing Home
- Apex Rehab Solution
- Crossroads Speech and Hearing
- Genesis Rehabilitation Services
- Hancock County Schools
- Hempfield Area School District
- Indoor Care
- Long Run Children Learning Center
- Peak Rehab
- Premier Therapist
- Rehab Works
- Rehabilitation Specialist
- Uniontown Area School District