OSU – Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CDIS)


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.

OSU Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CDIS) website


Oklahoma State University
042 Murray Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: 405.744.6021
Email: csdinfo@okstate.edu

Partners with ABLE Tech:

  • Device Demonstration

AT Categories:

  • Computer Access
  • Environmental Adaptations
  • Learning, Cognition, and Development
  • Recreational, Sports, and Leisure
  • Speech Communication


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Karen smiling behind her mask with Tobii Dynavox I-110

Partnership Success Story

Karen, a Payne County resident, had a major medical event that resulted in a diagnosis of Aphasia. She has been receiving therapy from the Oklahoma State University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic to improve her communication. Karen has difficulty finding words to express her wants and needs to her family. Through the partnership with ABLE Tech, the OSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic demonstrated several different communication devices to help Karen find the most effective device to assist with her communication goals. The Tobii Dynavox I-110 was chosen as the best communication solution to help Karen produce words, she was unable to retrieve and speak on her own. Karen then borrowed a Tobii Dynavox I-110 from ABLE Tech to continue practicing retrieving words. She has goals to communicate effectively with her family and friends.