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With nationally respected credentials from Radford University’s Waldron College of Health and Human Services, you will stand out from the competition whether you seek a career in speech pathology, nursing or social work. Professors are outstanding and innovative teachers and mentors who know how to challenge students intellectually and help them reach their full potential. Through collaborative projects, high-quality clinical practice and our focus on social justice and cultural respect, you will be ready to make a difference wherever you go.

Communication Sciences and Disorders
Nursing Social Work

Where can your story go from here?

At least 85 percent of nursing students have a position when they graduate, many at major university hospitals such as Duke, Johns Hopkins, University of Virginia and Wake Forest.

Other recent alumni are working as special education teachers, speech therapists and social workers. Some are in graduate school at Radford University or elsewhere to become speech pathologists or audiologists. At least 95 percent of recent social work students found jobs or entered graduate school within three months of graduation.

  • Michael Winstead ’11 is attending graduate school at Georgetown University to become a family nurse practitioner.
  • Hillary Billings ’01, M.S. ‘03, is the speech-language pathologist for Bland County Schools. She led our 2014 Speech Sound camp for preschoolers who have difficulty speaking.


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