The Davies School offers bachelor’s degree in either speech-language pathology or habilitation of the deaf and hard of hearing, a master's degree in speech-language pathology with or without a bilingual emphasis, and a Ph.D. in Health Sciences with an emphasis in communication sciences and disorders.
Start your journey by learning critical thinking, scientific inquiry, interprofessional collaboration, and the ability to work in a global community.Learn More
Take your career in communication sciences and disorders to a new level with a master's degree or Ph.D. from the Davies School at TCU.Learn More
Opportunities in HDHH
The Habilitation of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HDHH) program, a BS degree track in the Davies School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, offers graduates the opportunity to be certified as an educator of the deaf and hard of hearing at all levels.Learn More
Diversity in Speech-Language Pathology
The MS with an emphasis in bilingual SLP, a specialty track within the graduate Speech-Language Pathology program at TCU, was the first federally-funded bilingual SLP program in the U.S. and trained professionals since the 1970s.Learn More
Mission Statement & Strategic Plan
Our mission is to advance the understanding and practice of COSD through the preparation of graduates who think and practice as ethical leaders by promoting scholarship, community clinical service, and cross cultural education.
Read our strategic plan to learn more about the future of the Davies School of Communication Sciences & Disorders.
Miller Speech & Hearing Clinic
The Miller Speech & Hearing Clinic is located on TCU’s campus. The clinic offers superior clinical services to individuals of all ages with speech, language, hearing or swallowing impairments, and serves the Fort Worth community, the larger DFW metroplex and surrounding areas.
Social Justice Statement
TCU’s Davies School stands by our students and community members of Asian descent as we process the murders that have occurred in Georgia. We are against Anti-Asian crimes and recognize the increase in hateful rhetoric and violence experienced by so many in the past year. We continue our commitment to impact systemic change through personal growth and deliberate efforts to impact our teaching and relationships with those we serve.
The faculty and staff of the Davies School of Communication Sciences & Disorders join our Black community in grieving the death of George Floyd, and all of the Black lives lost borne from racial prejudice. We stand against police brutality, racial injustice, systemic racism, and intolerable prejudice and oppression in any way in our country. The delivery of high-quality instruction for our students starts with the recognition of the value of every individual, regardless of race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation. Given current circumstances, we recognize the need to emphasize that Black Lives Matter and we stand with the fight of our community; advocating for justice, equity, and equality for our Black and African American students, professionals, and the community we serve. We reiterate our commitment with our community to expand our departmental efforts with initiatives that enhance equity and inclusion of historically under-represented populations.Diversity, Equity & Inclusion