The Department of Communication Disorders provides students with a broad-based theoretical
foundation at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Curriculum includes classes in
normal processes of human communication, as well as in evaluation, treatment and research.
What You'll Do
- Expert faculty with years of experience
- One on one advising
- Observation, shadowing and clinical training at the undergraduate level.
- On and off-campus clinical placement at the graduate level, including a semester of
- Recently renovated Center for Speech and Hearing in Grauel
What You'll Study
- CD230 Introduction to Communication Disorders
- CD225 Phonetics
- CD371 Anatomy & Physiology/Hearing Mechanism
- CD340 Normal Speech/Language Development
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