Communication Sciences and Disorders BS

Total Units Required: 120

An adult sits across from a child on the ground with her hands out as another adult at a table observes in the speech-language-hearing science laboratory on campus.

The Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders provides students with the foundational course work needed to pursue careers or graduate programs in speech-language pathology and audiology. Common degree-related careers include speech-language pathologist assistant, audiologist assistant, behavior technician, and various educational and health and human service options.