Celebrate 50 years of Academic Accreditation Through 2015!
Accreditation of graduate education programs paves the way for future professionals—whether you’re employed in, have graduated from, or are looking to attend a CAA-accredited or candidate program to start your career in the professions. Since 1965, master’s programs in speech-language pathology and master’s or clinical doctoral programs in audiology in over 300 universities have achieved candidacy or accredited status.
The Value of Accreditation
Hear perspectives from volunteer and student leaders on the value academic accreditation brings to graduate programs, the professions, and ultimately to clients served. Current videos feature CAA Chair Sue Hale, NSSLHA Executive Council President Chelsea Franzluebbers, and ASHA President Judith Page.
- Accredited Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Programs
- The CAA’s Academic Accreditation Milestones
People and Programs
The following schools and programs are also celebrating milestone anniversaries.
- 150 years – Gallaudet University
- 100 years – Eastern Michigan University’s Department of Special Education
- 50 years – Portland State University’s Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
- 50 years – University of Kansas’ Program in Communicative Disorders
- 50 years – Case Western Reserve University’s Communication Sciences and Disorders Program