Communication Disorders Bachelor of Science
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What will I study?
The Communication Disorders Major provides an education that meets pre- professional entrance criteria for graduate work in communication disorders and audiology. The program is a composite major requiring 55 credits of course content covering the broad scope of communication, normal speech and language development and speech and language disorders from a biblical worldview. Classroom instruction, clinical observations, written assignments and client interaction are carefully planned to ensure that the student is prepared to continue his education beyond the bachelor' s degree in the field of speech-language pathology or audiology.
Program Learning Outcomes
The student will ...
-- Assess communication development and the effects of communication disorders throughout the lifespan.
-- Appraise assessment tools, intervention strategies and professional issues in the field of speech-language pathology.
-- Evaluate theoretical constructs and current literature in the field of speech-language pathology.
-- Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the speech, language and cognitive processes to clinical practice.
What classes will I take?
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Speech-language pathologists and audiologists work in a variety of settings, such as public or private schools, private clinics, home health agencies, nursing facilities and hospitals.
Following graduate work in communication disorders, a graduate may pursue work in the following fields:
- Speech-language pathology
- Communications Sciences Research
Students can network with a variety of employers through our online placement service, CareerCentral. A multitude of employment opportunities are posted annually. In addition, over 60 businesses and 150 Christian schools/mission boards/Christian organizations come on campus to recruit students in a variety of majors through on-campus interviews and job/ministry fairs. The Career Services office also helps students by holding seminars on resume preparation and interview techniques.
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