Communication Sciences and Disorders prepares students to take positions in hospitals, private practices, schools
and community speech and hearing centers as a speech-language pathologists. The program focuses on the scientific study of
normal and disordered communication processes and junior/senior students are introduced to a variety of communication disorders
in preparation for the graduate degree which is required to practice as a speech-language pathologist.To learn more, click this link
to the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders web site.
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