The Department grants the B.S. degree in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP).
The pre-professional program leads to the B.S. degree.
Each student in the Department must earn a grade of C or better in all departmental courses. This policy applies to all CSD courses. If a grade below C is received in a required course, the course must be repeated. Prerequisite courses must be passed with a C or better before subsequent courses may be taken. (For example, CSD majors must make a C or better in CSD 411 Introduction to Audiology before they can take CSD 471 Aural Rehabilitation. Other prerequisite courses are noted on pages 94-96 of the Undergraduate Bulletin.)
CSD courses are only available to students who are declared CSD majors. However, CSD 101 is available to students who may be considering declaring Speech-Language Pathology as their major and are seeking more information about the profession. CSD 385 is also open to students regardless of major to explore cultural diversity issues.