Bachelors Degree in Communication Disorders

  • Students will be competent in normal anatomy and processes of language, speech, and hearing.

  • Students will receive an introduction to disorders, instrumentation, and data collection procedures in language, speech, and hearing.

  • Students will be prepared to enter graduate degree programs, which will allow them entry into the profession of speech-language pathology.

Freshman
Sophomore

Fall (15 credits)

Junior

Fall (13 credits)

Winter (13 credits)

Senior

Fall (13 credits)

Winter (13 credits)

*course numbers for students in the severe emphasis

Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
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Graduation Requirements

  • 58 major credits

Completing the undergraduate major means taking all the required courses (58 credit hours). At present, no additional requirements (senior thesis, comprehensive exam, minor, etc.) are required.

How to Apply

Ensure all Program Prerequisites are complete

Submit Program Application

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Careers in Communication Disorders

Graduate Studies