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Minor - Communication Sci. & Disorders

Minor - Communication Sci. & Disorders


The minor in communication sciences and disorders (CSD) is offered by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the School of Applied Sciences. The minor can complement many academic majors and provide students from various majors such as allied health care, biomedical engineering, education, general studies, gerontology, legal studies, psychology, psycholinguistics, recreational therapy, special education, journalism, and neuroscience, basic knowledge related to communication disorders. The CSD minor may assist students from various majors to be better equipped to assist individuals with communication disorders.

Course Requirements

Core Requirements (12 hours):


Choose two courses from the following:

Other Academic Requirements

Students must receive a C or better grade in all of the 18 credits they take. The communication sciences and disorders minor is offered fully online.

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