Give voice to others.
Speech-language pathologists make a difference by improving the lives of their clients. They work to prevent, diagnose, evaluate, and treat communication disorders in people of all ages—from infants to older adults—and are qualified to teach students who have speech, language, hearing, and swallowing impairments. Graduates with a B.S. in speech-language pathology are prepared to earn the master's degree necessary to practice speech-language pathology in all professional settings.
Mix it up.
Buffalo State offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in chemistry, chemistry education, forensics, and related programs. Housing all of the necessary instrumentation, equipment, and facilities to support a wide variety of teaching and research activities, the Chemistry Department also offers its students multiple internship and academic opportunities outside of the classroom.
Anthropology students have access to all of the department's resources including the Anthropology Lab, a large, well-equipped facility with storage rooms for archaeological findings. Along with surveying, excavating, and photography equipment, the lab also features human and primate skeletal material and fossil casts. During the semester, the student-run Anthropology Society offers field trips to dig sites and other locations of anthropological interest.