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Bachelor of Science in Communicative Disorders & Deaf Education

Program Details

The online BS in Communicative Disorders & Deaf Education from Utah State University is a pre-professional degree that prepares students for graduate school in speech-language pathology or clinical or educational audiology. Students may focus on either subject:

  • Speech language pathologists work with individuals of all ages who have difficulty communicating, learning to communicate, feeding, or swallowing. This may include infants with feeding disorders or children with speech, language, hearing, or literacy development problems. It may also include children and adults who stutter, have voice disorders, or suffer from speech, language, and swallowing problems as the consequence of neurological disease or stroke. 
  • Audiologists evaluate and manage individuals who are suspected or have been identified as having differences associated with hearing. Audiologists conduct testing to help identify hearing loss, select and fit hearing aids, program cochlear implants, and provide aural rehabilitation. 

Requirements

  • High school transcript (2.5 GPA) or GED (660 total)
  • Official ACT or SAT scores (may be waived for applicants 25 and older)
  • Concurrent enrollment transcripts

Accreditation & Licensing

Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities