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A bachelors in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) prepares students for careers which improve the lives of persons and family members who have communication disorders. The undergraduate program and subsequent options in graduate study enable graduates to seek employment in a variety of settings and work with individuals of all ages as well. In addition, graduates can pursue academic and research careers in the discipline of communication sciences disorders.

The program prepares students to understand the foundations of communication for both typical and disordered speech and language and hearing skills across the lifespan. The program emphasizes awareness of cultural diversity and its relationship to communication and phonetics and works to train professionals who want to help others have a better quality of life.