Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Keep people connected

Communication is a human right. You’ll be there to make it possible for everyone.

Undergraduate programs

Explore communication processes and disorders across the lifespan.

Your courses will help you learn about careers in speech-language pathology and audiology. You'll also be prepared for graduate programs.

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Help people overcome communication hurdles.

Add a minor to your degree

Graduate degrees and certificates

Raise your career potential. Our graduate programs have national accreditation plus excellent graduation and employment rates.

An audiology professor and student give a hearing examination to a client.
Become an audiologist. Lead people to better hearing, balance and auditory processing.
A speech-language pathology student talks to an adult patient during a therapy session.
Become a speech-language pathologist (SLP) – an expert on communication disorders.
A speech-language student holds up a tablet with words and phrases during a therapy session.
Did you graduate with a different major than communication sciences, and now want to become an SLP? Start here.
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Be the star helper to licensed SLPs.

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