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Academic Programs in Wisconsin:

This webpage has links to every ASHA accredited graduate program in the country that is available on the web.

Concordia University 

Concordia University is a Lutheran higher education community committed to helping students develop in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the Church and in the World.  This mission is what drives us every day, and we aim to uphold it in every class, residence hall, and chapel service. Take a moment to explore what makes CUW one of the leading Lutheran Universities in the nation.


Marquette University
Marquette is a Catholic and Jesuit university in Milwaukee, dedicated to serving God by serving our students and contributing to the advancement of knowledge. Enrollment: Approximately 8,400 undergraduate and 3,600 graduate/ professional students.

UW-Eau Claire

Founded in 1916, UW-Eau Claire continues to build its national reputation based on the achievements of its students and faculty. As one of the Midwest’s top public universities, UW-Eau Claire provides students with small classes led by talented professors, cutting-edge programs, endless opportunities to get involved and experience more of the world, and the support they need to meet their goals for success. Add to that a safe and friendly campus community and beautiful surroundings (from rivers and bike trails to shopping and entertainment), and you’ve got one exceptional place.


The UW-Madison Department of Communicative Disorders works to understand, prevent, identify, and treat speech, language, voice, and hearing disorders that affect communication. We do this through outstanding education, comprehensive, affordable clinical care, real-world reserach and impressive outreach.  Please visit our website for more information.


Communication Sciences and Disorders is an academic discipline in which deficits in hearing, language and speech are studied, as well as normal communication development and processes. Graduates of our program start their careers as speech-language pathologists or audiologists.

The ability to communicate is essential to learning, working, and social interactions with others. When the ability to communicate is disrupted, every aspect of a person's life is affected. As a Speech-Language Pathologist or Audiologist, your evaluation and treatment helps clients and their families to improve communication skills and cope with the difficulties of communication disorders.

UW-River Falls

The Department of Communicative Disorders shares in the University of Wisconsin System (UWS) Mission, the University Cluster Core Mission and the Select Mission of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (UWRF). The select mission of the Department of Communicative Disorders and the UWRF Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic is to ensure, through coursework, laboratories, and practicum experiences, that students demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to become competent and ethical entry-level professionals in the field of speech-language pathology.

UW-Stevens Point
The School of Communicative Disorders at UWSP offers a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Communicative Disorders, as a pre-professional degree, a Master of Science (M.S.) degree with specialization in speech-language pathology, and has developed a joint Clinical Doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.) program with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Communicative Disorders.  The Master's program in speech-language and the Clinical Doctorate program are accredited by the Council of Academic Accreditation (CAA).  Speech and Language Pathology and graduate students receive practicum experiences with diverse populations and age groups on campus and at affiliated off-campus sites.  Clinical doctoral students in audiology gain clinical experience via on-campus sites.  Clinical doctoral students in audiology gain clinical experience via on-campus clerkships, off-campus clerkships, and a full-time externship during the final year of the program.


A "wonderful program" with "fantastic students," reported the site visitors from ASHA's Council on Academic Accreditation after a recent visit to our campus. Speech-language pathologists in the community described our students as "well prepared," "competent," "creative," "resourceful," "confident," and "good problem-solvers." If that is the type of professional you would like to become, then our program is for you.

  • As a small program you will have one-to-one interaction with the faculty. In exit interviews, graduates have noted that this is one of the program's greatest strengths.
  • A distinguished faculty recognized for teaching, research, and advising at the university, state and national level.
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