Speech-language pathologists help children and adults who have difficulty with communication and/or swallowing. Graduates from Kansas State go on to work in schools, hospitals, private practice and other medical and educational settings.
Employment prospects for speech-language pathologists are excellent. Recent projections indicate that the demand will remain strong throughout the U.S. for many years to come.
- The Communication Sciences and Disorders program at K-State ranked 9th (top 8%) of 126 masters-only programs in U.S. News and World Report's 2016 college rankings.
- The program also ranked 53rd (top 17%) of 316 undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs.