Communication Sciences and Disorders
Communication sciences and disorders students will study human development and the processes by which people hear, listen, swallow, communicate, speak, read, write, and interact using language. The undergraduate program provides an excellent background for students pursuing a graduate degree in the area of speech–language pathology or audiology.
Related career titles
**Master’s degree in speech-language pathology is required for national certification to practice.
Resources available in ACIC*
Career Opportunities in Education and Related Services
Exploring Health Care Careers
Opportunities in Speech-Language Pathology Careers
*Books are available for a 2-day checkout period.
Related communication sciences and disorders links
K-State School of Family Studies and Human Services
K-State Speech and Hearing Center
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
American Auditory Society