Speech-Language Pathology

The College of Education offers three different programs for students interested in speech-language pathology: a minor, a Post Baccalaureate Certificate, and an affiliated Graduate Degree with East Carolina University. All courses are offered via distance delivery using Blackboard learning management system and Blackboard Collaborate interactive web conferencing. These programs will prepare professionals in related fields to better understand, teach, and/or interact with individuals with speech, language, and/or hearing impairment.


Speech-Language Pathology Faculty

Title Program/Department UA Email Address Phone Office
Ellen Brigham Term Assistant Professor Speech-Language Pathology  etbrigham@alaska.edu 907-786-4468 PSB 220D
Peggy Spencer Assistant Professor Speech-Language Pathology  mspencer@alaska.edu 907-786-4712 PSB 220C
 The following is important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this  program. 
Gainful Employment Disclosure-Speech Lang.
Date created 6/16/2017. These disclosures are required by the U.S Department of education. 

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