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Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders

The rules listed on this page are specific to the 2016-2018 catalog year. Rules for previous catalogs can be found on the degree checklists (below).

Degree Requirements

The Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders degree comprises 120 credit hours.

Core Curriculum

A specific combination of coursework in English, Government, American History, Math, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Fine Arts. 

Major requirements

Speech-Language Pathology

33 hours of CSD coursework; 15 are upper-division

Audiology

33 hours of CSD coursework; 15 are upper-division

Deaf Education

34 hours of CSD coursework; 22 are upper-division

No more than 42 hours of Communication Sciences and Disorders coursework may be counted toward the degree.

For students in all specializations, at least 15 hours of CSD coursework must be upper-division.

Moody College of Communication requirements

Enrollment

CSD students many not take more than 60 hours in the College of Communication.

Flags

Students should choose courses in the core curriculum and in the major requirements that also fulfill their major department's Flag requirements. The Flags required for the all degrees from Moody College are:

Electives

Students can also fill elective hours by: