1819 - Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Program Title
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Degree Designation
- Program Level
- Instruction Mode
- On Campus
- Program Description
- The undergraduate degrees in Communication Disorders are offered at a pre-professional level to prepare students to pursue their interests in the profession of speech-language pathology. State Departments of Education and of Health as well as the national professional organization have established credentials governing the practice of speech language pathology. The master's degree is the minimum entry level credential for the independent practice of speech-language pathology in any employment setting. Students on the B.S. degree program should take the national Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST) in order to enroll in upper-division classes offered through the College of Education and be admitted to teacher education.
- Communication Sciences & Disorders
- School of Health and Human Services
Admission To Teacher Education: 0
Upper Division Writing Met
Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing CSD 450 with a 'C' or better.
"To progress in the major, student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher in major courses."
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