1818 - Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Program Title
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Degree Designation
- Program Level
- Instruction Mode
- On Campus
- Program Description
- This undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders is a pre-professional level to prepare students to enter graduate school in speech pathology or audiology. CDIS minor and Bachelor of Elective Studies are awarded as well as the CDIS Major. The M.S. degree is a professional degree in Speech Pathology that qualifies the student to become an ASHA certified speech pathologist. Clinical practicum requires 375 supervised clinical hours be earned by each student. An off-campus internship is required.
- Communication Sciences & Disorders
- School of Health and Human Services
The GRE is required.
A baccalaureate degree in CSD is required for a student to go directly to Phase II (see program website).
Students with a baccalaureate degree in another discipline must complete Phase I before beginning Phase II (see program website).
3 8 additional internship credits will be required to meet ASHA certification standards. Plans A and B are Phase II of the Communication Sciences and Disorders. See program website for Phase I.
Graduate Plan A
Graduate Plan B
Electives: (51 credits) CSD 636, CSD 642, CSD 675, CSD 609, CSD 610, CSD 614, CSD 625, CSD 566, CSD 601, CSD 605, CSD 603, CSD 606, CSD 602, CSD 670, CSD 604, CSD 676, CSD 611 (4 credits), CSD 612, CSD 613.
Graduate Plan C
See program website for additional information.