Welcome to the website of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CDIS) at Oklahoma State University. The CDIS department is one of the 24 departments in the College of Arts and Sciences and is physically housed in Social Sciences and Humanities Building on the Stillwater campus. In line with the mission of the College of Arts and Sciences, and the University at large, the goal of the CDIS department is to offer not only world-class education but also provide evidence-based clinical services to individuals with communication disorders. The department offers an undergraduate (B.S) as well as graduate (M.S) degree programs. The B.S. program in Communication Sciences and Disorders prepares students to apply for the graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology as well as take on positions such as a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant and/or an Audiology Assistant. The Master’s program in Speech-Language Pathology is the entry-level degree in the profession. The primary goal of our graduate program is to train students to be excellent clinicians who are capable of assessing and treating a range of communication disorders.
Dr. Ramesh Kaipa recently received funding through the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST).
The Guthrie Scottish Rite Foundation has generously donated $283K to the OSU Communication Sciences and Disorders Clinic.
The Audiology Clinic will reopen July 7, 2020.