You will participate in interprofessional practice and educational experiences as well as learn counseling skills and how best to evaluate and treat a wide range of individuals, including a multicultural urban population. You will have opportunities to work in a wide variety of clinical settings, such as:
- Early intervention programs;
- Public and private schools;
- Private practices;
- Acute care and rehabilitation hospitals, and more.
A Close-Knit Community
In Emerson’s small community, you will build strong relationships with your peers and with your expert faculty. As you learn from some of the top scholars, clinicians, and educators in the field, you will be challenged and supported in a welcoming, rigorous academic environment. Our highly accessible and supportive instructors bring significant experience to the classroom, having contributed seminal research, textbooks, and clinical work to the discipline.
Ranked among the top graduate programs of its kind by U.S. News & World Report, the Communication Disorders graduate program has an employment rate of 95+ percent upon graduation. Our graduates are sought after to work with a wide range of populations in a variety of clinical settings throughout the US and internationally. View more outcomes data here.
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