In the near future, the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders will update its strategic plan to align with President M. Brian Blake’s Four Pillars.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders has a five-year strategic plan focused on five areas: Staffing and Organizational Effectiveness, Recruitment and Enrollment, Research Infrastructure, Innovative Clinical Opportunities and Innovation and Integration of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) at Georgia State University was founded in 1974 as the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program. The Communication Sciences and Disorders Program was one of three programs within the Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education and Communication Disorders until June 30, 2018.
Goals and Initiatives
STAFFING COMMENSURATE WITH PEER AND ASPIRATIONAL UNIVERSITIES
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DEVELOPING A 21ST CENTURY RECRUITMENT AND ENROLLMENT PLAN
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STRENGTHENING THE RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS PROGRAM
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CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE CLINICAL OPPORTUNITIES
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INCREASED INTEGRATION OF GRADUATE, UNDERGRADUATE AND POST-BACCALAUREATE CSD EDUCATION