ENMU's Speech and Hearing Rehabilitation Outreach Center is part of our Communicative Disorders program located in Lea Hall. A degree in communicative disorders (CDIS) prepares you for exciting careers in speech-language pathology. If you become a certified speech-language pathologist you will work with a wide variety of clients to address a broad spectrum of communication difficulties. This may include clients ranging from infants to senior citizens, who have language, articulation, fluency, voice, swallowing, and hearing disorders. In addition, speech pathologists work in a variety of settings such as schools, private clinics, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, state-agencies and private practice. A degree in communicative disorders may lead to careers in speech science, deaf education or other related areas.