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Information for Students Seeking Teaching Endorsements

Upon admission to teacher education, candidates requesting a communication disorders major, supplemental endorsement, or minor in communication disorders should file a program with the Communication Disorders Department for approval. Requirements for admission to student teaching in the endorsed areas are consistent with those recommended by the College of Education.

The Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic

Professional preparation in speech/language pathology requires clinical experience with children and adults who have been referred to the clinic for speech/language and hearing assessment and/or treatment. This program provides an opportunity to study, in a practical setting, the application of skills and techniques learned in the academic program. The clinic provides an integral part of the initial educational program in speech/language pathology.


One option is available in this major:

  1. Communication Disorders Comprehensive - Bachelor of Science in Education Degree

A minor in Communication Disorders is available.

Courses with the prefixes CDIS are offered by the department.

14 May 2015