The Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders prepares a student to enter the work industry at a variety of levels including community and educational positions, including occupations that assist professions in speech-language pathology, audiology, education and other communication technology industries.  Students will be prepared for transition into a graduate program in speech-language pathology. They will also encounter a strong foundation of science courses culminating with an internship experience in the health, rehabilitation or educational field(s).  Graduate degrees at the masters or doctoral level are necessary to work as speech-language pathologists or audiologists. These individuals work as professionals to assist people who have communication disorders; teachers, clinical supervisors and/or researchers in universities; administrators and leaders in healthcare or educational settings.​

Admissions & Curriculum

PDFs containing Admissions and Curriculum information for the Traditional and Transfer BS CSD Programs are listed below.​ Please click on the PDF to download more information.

Please use the Bachelor of Science Communication Sciences and Disorders (BS CSD) checklist for more information regarding the curriculum.


Christine Sapienza, PhD
Dean, Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences​
Program Director, Communication Sciences and Disorders
Ms. Ashlea Rieser
Academic Advisor