This division is open to nurture competent language pathologists who can diagnose and cure communication disorders. We aim to learn actual skills to cooperate with people with disability and their families in addition to academic knowledge needed for pathology. As of now 80% of people with disability require language therapy, but only 500 pathologists are produced annually. Therefore, we have a bright future to reflect the social demands of nurturing elites who can serve the community.
Speech-language pathologists should consider the environment and future of patients first in a close relationship with their families and guardians as well as acquire knowledge on diagnosis and treatment of speech and language disorders. We aim to acquire knowledge on major and practical skills to cooperate with people with disability and their families.