Communication Sciences and Disorders offers two degrees for those who called to speech language pathology or audiology. To learn more about each program, admission requirements and how you may find the calling of your life, follow the links below.

CSDS students and faculty conduct a hearing test on a boy

Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders

There is something special about those who use their gifts to make a difference in the lives of others. This undergraduate major is designed to foster a love for others while providing you the knowledge and practical experience to continue your education at the graduate level and attain your personal career goals.

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Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology

We offer this degree for one reason: to help you become a highly qualified speech language pathologist with the skills, compassion and motivation to make a difference where you live. We do this through faith-based academic course work and clinical placements designed to help you reach your career goals.

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Doctor of Audiology

A graduate degree in audiology will prepare you to help prevent, identify, diagnose and treat individuals with hearing loss and balance issues. Whether you are called to work with children, the geriatric population or any specialty in between, our program will equip you with the skills to provide the best care possible.

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