Communication Sciences and Disorders Major (B.S.)
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers a bachelor of science degree in communication sciences and disorders.
Communication Sciences and Disorders is the profession devoted to helping people overcome disabilities of speech, language and hearing. The study of communication sciences and disorders may begin in the freshman or sophomore year. Students learn about speech, language, and hearing disorders through a combination of classroom instruction and observations in the on-campus Speech-Language-Hearing Center and elsewhere. Candidates for a bachelors degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders must satisfy all departmental as well as University Discovery and Writing Intensive requirements.
Students must earn a grade of C or better in all COMM courses.
|COMM 420||Survey of Communication Disorders||4|
|COMM 504||Basic Audiology||4|
|COMM 521||Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanisms||4|
|COMM 522||Acquisition of Language||4|
|COMM 524||Clinical Phonetics||4|
|COMM 635||Senior Capstone: Professional Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders||4|
|COMM 705||Introduction to Auditory Perception and Aural Rehabilitation||4|
|COMM 731||Articulation and Language Disorders in Children||4|
|COMM 742||Speech-Language Pathology II||4|
|COMM 777||Speech and Hearing Science||4|
|HDFS 525||Human Development||4|
& KIN 707
and Neurology Lab
|PSYC 402||Statistics in Psychology||4|
|or SOC 502||Statistics|
|or HHS #540||Statistics for Health and Human Service Professionals|
|Select one of the following: 1||4|
|Chemistry and Society|
|Select one of the following:|
Clinical Observation: 15 Hours or
|Observation Skills in Speech-Language Pathology|
ASHA certification requirement.
Other elective courses available.
Transfer applications are accepted in October and May. Please contact (603) 862-0144 for more information.