The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is part of the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM).
We offer a Master of Science (MS) degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD), with emphasis in speech-language pathology. A strength of our program is clinical education with broad and diverse on-campus and off-campus opportunities to provide students with a rich clinical and cultural experience.
We are located in a professional building adjacent to JABSOM in Kaka`ako, on the island of Oahu. The University Health Partners Speech and Hearing Clinic (UHPSHC) includes an audiology suite and clinical treatment rooms equipped with an audio-visual monitoring system and telepractice technology. The UHSHC serves as a teaching facility for speech pathology graduate students. Graduate students work directly with patients under the close supervision of our certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists to provide diagnostic evaluations and therapeutic services to children and adults on an outpatient basis. The low student-to-faculty ratio enhances students’ education and clinical experiences as they prepare for their professional careers. University of Hawai`i CSD graduates can be found globally, throughout the Pacific Basin, Asia, and Continental U.S.