Transfer guides for the audiology track in the communication sciences and disorders program assist students transferring to Missouri State to complete their degree. These plans require you to complete specific courses that will count toward a bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders.
If you do not meet the necessary requirements for a pre-defined two-year transfer plan, you can work with an advisor to create a plan of study based on the courses you have completed.
Being admitted into the program
Admittance into the audiology track requires acceptance into Missouri State and completion of prerequisite courses.
The following universities have specific plans for students transferring into Missouri State University:
- Missouri State University-West Plains
- Ozarks Technical Community College
- St. Louis Community College
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If you have questions about transferring into the communication sciences and disorders program at Missouri State, contact the office of admissions or the department of communication sciences and disorders for more information.