The online Bachelor of Science in Communicative Disorders is designed for students interested in training to become speech-language pathologists. The curriculum prepares students to help treat clients who have difficulties with language, articulation, swallowing, fluency, voice pitch and loudness, and hearing, as well as helping clients with autism spectrum disorders, learning disabilities, neurological disorders, and vestibular or balance disorders. A degree in communicative disorders may lead to careers in speech science, deaf education or other related areas.
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