Welcome to our Department Site
The Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology, located on the campus of the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, is a department within the College of Allied Health, University of Tennessee Health Science Center. The department offers graduate, and post-graduate education in audiology and speech-language pathology and emphasizes excellence in clinical practice and advanced research. Our graduate programs in audiology and speech pathology are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech Pathology.
The Department's standard for excellence has been consistently affirmed by our graduates, who continue to hold prestigious positions in all areas of our field. We are extremely proud of their achievements as clinicians, educators, and researchers. We feel confident that our program provides the foundation necessary for success. Our first master's degrees in audiology and speech pathology were awarded in 1963, and the first doctoral degrees in hearing and speech science in 1970. In 2003, the Au.D. program in audiology was successfully launched. An analysis of our student success rates on the national exam (Praxis), program completion rates, and employment rates are available for review . Anyone interested in the Department’s strategic plan should feel free to contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
We welcome all inquiries regarding our programs. If you have any questions that are not answered by our Web materials, please let us know how we might help. Also, if you would like to arrange a meeting with our faculty or staff, or to tour our facilities, please call or email the department office. We believe that once you meet with our faculty and students, you will understand why our programs are nationally ranked and our faculty are internationally recognized for their contributions to the professions.
Thank you for visiting us!
Dr. Ashley W. Harkrider
Associate Professor and Chair
Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology
Celebrate the past, present, and future of ASP with us in the pages of the Audiology & Speech Pathology 2013 Annual Newsletter