Academic Programs: Complete the Education Survey Academic institutions that offer undergraduate through research doctoral programs in communication sciences and disorders should complete the 2014 Communication Sciences and Disorders Education Survey by Nov. 14. Survey responses are reflected in program profiles on EdFind, ASHA’s searchable online resource for students looking for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral CSD programs. ... ASHA News
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Academic Programs: Complete the Education Survey
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ASHA News   |   October 01, 2014
Academic Programs: Complete the Education Survey
The ASHA Leader, October 2014, Vol. 19, 54. doi:10.1044/leader.AN1.19102014.54
The ASHA Leader, October 2014, Vol. 19, 54. doi:10.1044/leader.AN1.19102014.54
Academic institutions that offer undergraduate through research doctoral programs in communication sciences and disorders should complete the 2014 Communication Sciences and Disorders Education Survey by Nov. 14.
Survey responses are reflected in program profiles on EdFind, ASHA’s searchable online resource for students looking for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral CSD programs. Only profiles of programs that complete the survey will be updated. EdFind ranks as one of the most visited pages on the ASHA website and is the top-viewed page on mobile devices.
More than 300 academic institutions received the invitation to provide key data on CSD education, including information on applications, admissions, enrollment, graduation rate and graduates’ first employment. Survey data form the basis of national and state aggregate reports published by ASHA and the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
The reports present national and state information on the CSD personnel pipeline, including the number of students enrolled in each type of program (bachelor’s, master’s, and research or clinical doctorate).
Last year, 88 percent of the institutions contributed valuable data by completing the survey for academic year 2012–2013. Reports from that survey are available at on.asha.org/ed-survey-data.
For more information, including how to access the survey, visit www.asha.org/academic or contact hes@asha.org.
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