North Carolina Central University to Begin a Bilingual Speech Language Pathology Program

North Carolina Central University, the historically Black educational institution in Durham, has entered into a partnership agreement with the Beijing Language and Culture University in China. The two universities will cooperate on a bilingual speech language pathology program.

The agreement calls for student and faculty exchanges between the two universities, joint research, and educational training programs.

dsaunders-whiteDebra Saunders-White, chancellor of North Carolina Central University, stated that “the new relationship between NCCU and Beijing Language and Culture University will give students an extraordinary opportunity to learn from two distinguished programs and ultimately provide people who need their services with uniquely trained practitioners.”

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