The department offers a doctoral program in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences. General information about our Ph.D. program can be found in our Ph.D. Student Handbook located here.
If you are interested in learning more specific information, please visit our faculty page and contact the faculty member whose research interest most closely match your interests. General information on the admissions process can be found here. Funding opportunities through the Graduate School can be find here.
Many of our PhD students participate in interdisciplinary training programs. The UConn Neurobiology of Language program offers a graduate certificate earned through coursework that spans Psychology, Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, and Linguistics. “Science of Learning and the Art of Communication” is an NSF-funded training program that offers funding for stellar applicants who are interested in further training in this topic. Prospective doctoral candidates who are interested in either of these programs should indicate this interest in their applications.
For information on the Higher Education Opportunities Act, which discloses information to current and prospective students, parents and employees please visit the following page – http://heoa.uconn.edu/.