If you are pursuing a degree in communication sciences and disorders, you must meet the below requirements to be eligible for graduation. Also, you must complete the general education program, fulfill the general baccalaureate degree requirements and complete at least 125 hours of course work. Within the general baccalaureate degree natural world requirements, students must select a biology course and a chemistry or physics course. At least one of the science courses must have a laboratory component associated with it. In addition, students must take a statistics class.
The communication sciences and disorders program is comprehensive, which does not require the completion of a minor. Consult your advisor to determine which program is best for you.