Post-Baccalaureate Studies in Communication Sciences and Disorders
*located on the Armstrong campus
A graduate degree (Master’s in speech-language pathology or Au.D. in audiology) is required in order to become a certified practitioner in the field of communication sciences and disorders. Many graduate programs in speech-language pathology and audiology require applicants to have either an undergraduate degree in the field or a core of prerequisite coursework in the field. Our post-baccalaureate studies program has been developed to help students who wish to pursue a career in speech-language pathology or audiology, but who have an undergraduate degree in an area other than communication sciences and disorders. Our two-semester (one year) post-baccalaureate studies program consists of a total of 18 semester hours, and is designed to assist those individuals in obtaining the prerequisites necessary to apply to a graduate program in the field.
Last updated: 11/27/2017