Feb 01, 2023  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

Communication Sciences and Disorders major; B.A. degree option


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Degree Requirements


Required Courses


  • General Education  41 Credit Hours 1
  • Foreign Language classes (intermediate level required) 0-14 Credit Hours 2
  • Philosophy course(s) (in addition to General Education  courses) 3 Credit Hours
  • University electives 8-22 Credit Hours
  • Major requirements (listed below; includes basic science requirements for ASHA certification) 54-56 Credit Hours

Total: 120 Credit Hours


Footnotes


1 The General Education program  contains a set of requirements each student must fulfill. The number of credit hours necessary to fulfill these requirements may vary.
2 The foreign language requirement may be satisfied by successful completion of the second semester of the intermediate level of the student’s chosen language (typically 232) or by placing out of that language through the Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures’ placement test.

Major Requirements


Choose one of the following:


Basic Science Requirements


Requirement to meet basic science requirements for ASHA certification standards. Some graduate programs may have more specific requirements. Students are advised to check their programs of interest early to ensure they are taking the appropriate courses.

  • One course with BIO prefix Credits: 3.00-4.004
  • One course with either PHYS or CHEM prefix Credits: 3.00-4.004

Total: 54-56 Credit Hours


Footnotes


3 CSD students must take CSD 415; BIO 415 may not be substituted.

4 BIO, CHEM/PHYS, and MATH courses may also be used to fulfill General Education requirements.

Communication Sciences and Disorders Recommended Schedule for Majors


First Year


Total: 30-31 Credit Hours


Second Year


Total: 30-33 Credit Hours


Third Year


Total: 30-33 Credit Hours


Total: 25-30 Credit Hours


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