School of Communication Sciences and Disorders Strategic Plan
View our 2018-2023 Strategic Plan.
Study speech-language pathology or audiology
Find out why you should study Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology at Dalhousie University.
SCSD faculty are actively involved in research in a diverse array of topics. While preparing for professional practice in our programs, Master's students will be involved in theses and projects that address important questions in our fields. Prospective PhD students are encouraged to contact individual faculty members to discuss research interests.
Updates for applicants
The deadline to apply for our Fall 2019 enrolment Tuesday, January 15, 2019. Please review our notes for Updates for Applicants.
SCSD mission and vision
Our mission is to educate audiologists and speech-language pathologists, advance knowledge in communication sciences and disorders, promote diversity in our professions, and advocate for
people with communication disorders.
Our graduates are highly competent professionals, who are sought-after locally, nationally, and internationally; our research is at the forefront of knowledge, advancement, and translation; and our outreach services are valued for their unique and innovative contributions to society.
Volunteer opportunities for SCSD Students
Students often seek volunteer opportunities while going to the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Find out what some local organizations are seeking volunteers.
Research opportunity for students
Dr. Jian Wang is recruiting students (both masters thesis and PhD) to join his research team. Learn more about this exciting research opportunity.
The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (formerly the School of Human Communication Disorders) is now located in the heart of the Carleton Campus, in the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building. For more information about how to reach us, please click on Contact us.
Our hours of operation
Regular hours of operation are 8:00AM to 4:30PM, Monday through Friday.