Faculty & Staff
Title: MS/CCC-A, Chairperson
Master of Science from: Minot State University
Bachelors of Science from: Minot State University
CD 342: Introduction to Audiology
CD 341: Speech and Hearing Science
CD 427: Aural Rehabilitation
CD 539: Central Auditory Processing Disorders for Speech Language Pathology
Thomas M. Froelich, Assistant Professor of Communication Disorders and a native North Dakotan, completed his undergraduate degree in Speech Language Pathology and graduate degree in Audiology at Minot State University. Most of his professional career has been spent in higher education, with the exception of 6 years in hospital settings (Children's and Rehab). In addition to teaching, Mr. Froelich supervises clinical diagnostics on campus. Mr. Froelich received a Faculty Achievement Award for outstanding professor in 2001.
His primary areas of interest include auditory evoked potentials, pathologies of auditory system, newborn hearing screening and telehealth.