Karen A. Doherty, Ph.D.
621 Skytop Road
Karen Doherty, Kimberly Lamparelli, Soren Lowell, Linda Milosky, Joseph Pellegrino, Jonathan Preston, Beth Prieve, Ellyn Riley, Victoria Tumanova and Kathy Vander Werff, plus adjunct instructor, Bonnie Hulslander, and Emeritus Professors, Mary Louise Edwards and Raymond Colton
The program in communication sciences and disorders provides students with a broad education in human communication sciences and disorders. Students may participate in clinical experiences in the Gebbie Speech-Language- Hearing Clinics. The program prepares students for graduate study in speech language pathology and audiology and other related fields in health, education, and science. Interested students have the opportunity to participate in research in faculty laboratories.
A master’s degree is required to practice speech pathology, and a clinical doctoral degree (Au.D.) is required to practice audiology. Minimally, a student will need a 3.0 GPA to be considered for these graduate programs. Many graduate programs require a higher GPA.
Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders
Total Credits required:
Prerequisites for admission into the major:
Students interested in this major should contact the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at firstname.lastname@example.org as early as possible. Students are formally admitted to the major after consulting a department advisor on a plan of study and successfully completing CSD 212 with a B or better, or by petition.
A master’s degree is required to practice speech pathology, and a clinical doctoral degree (Au.D.) is required to practice audiology. Minimally, a student will need a 3.0 GPA to be considered for these graduate programs. Many programs require a higher GPA.