Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program Rises in Rankings

The speech-language pathology graduate program in the School of Communication Science and Disorders ranked No. 14 among all public and private institutions and No. 10 among publics according to U.S. News & World Report.

“The school’s position as the top-ranked speech-language pathology program in Florida, and its rank of No. 14 nationwide, are well deserved,” said Dr. Michelle Kazmer, dean of the College of Communication and Information. “They reflect the rigorous curriculum, exceptional teaching, excellent clinical services, impactful translational research and high levels of federal funding undertaken by the faculty and staff at the school.”

“As the director of FSU’s School of Communication Science and Disorders program, I am immensely proud of our rise in the rankings to be recognized among the top 10 speech-language pathology programs in public universities and 14th overall, solidifying our position as the premier program in Florida,” said Dr. Carla Wood. “Over my 18 years at FSU, I have witnessed our program’s relentless commitment to excellence in research, teaching, and service, and this historic achievement is a testament to the dedication of our faculty, staff, and students. We are honored to be recognized for our unwavering pursuit of innovation and excellence in preparing the next generation of speech-language pathologists to make a positive impact in the field.”

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