A bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) provides a foundation of knowledge that can support many paths.

Benefits this degree offers:

  • Foundational knowledge to pursue advanced degrees in speech, language, and/or hearing sciences
  • A scope of practice in multiple fields
  • An understanding of issues related to health, wellness, evidence-based practice, health care, and educational supports

Graduate School Options in CSD

  • Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology
  • Clinical Doctoral in Audiology
  • Non-Clinical Master’s Degree
  • Gerontology — the study of aging and older adults
  • Master’s in Special Education — working with children with special needs in an educational setting
  • Master’s in General Education — available for K-12 teaching
  • Counseling — available for education settings, social worker settings, and counseling office settings
  • Occupational Therapy — helping individuals develop, regain, or maintain skills needed for activities of daily living
  • Disability Studies — working with individuals with special needs outside of an educational setting
  • Physician’s Assistant — assisting physicians, surgeons, and other healthcare workers with patients
  • College Student Personnel