Communication Disorders and Sciences Degree Wins Award

The University Professional Continuing Education Association ( UPCEA) honored the Tseng College and CSUN's College of Health and Human Development's Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences with UPCEA's 2013 "Outstanding Program Award - Credit," for CSUN's master of science in Communication Disorders and Sciences: Speech-Language Pathology program. UPCEA bestowed the award at its annual conference in Boston April 5, attended by representatives of colleges and universities throughout North America.

A master of science in speech-language pathology is the professional entry-level requirement for employment as a speech-language pathologist. The online degree program trains speech-language pathologists throughout the country to help people of all ages with communication disorders.

"We thank you for your innovative programming, which provides a model to which your colleagues can aspire," said Alice S. Warren chair of the UPCEA Awards Committee. Three hundred and fifty institutions of higher learning belong to UPCEA, an association of leaders in professional, continuing and online education.

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