Communication Sciences And Disorders Programs
Give others the tools they need to communicate effectively.
Your kind heart and helping nature will take you far. We’re simply here to provide you with the skills and expertise you need to pursue a fulfilling and rewarding career.
B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders
There are so many great reasons to pursue the bachelor of science in communication sciences and disorders—to help others, to make a difference, to improve literacy, to grow as a person, to address unique and challenging needs—but the best reason of all is your reason. No matter why you want to pursue this fulfilling line of work, you’ll learn exactly what you need to make it happen right here.
- The development of critical-thinking, research, motivational, and clinical skills
- Experience with data collection and interpretation
- Understanding compassion and advancing your own
- Support from the Mastodon community
- A prestigious Purdue degree
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Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this degree, students will be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes:
- Basic knowledge of the normal nature and development of speech
- Basic knowledge of language and hearing
- Basic knowledge of assessment, treatment, and prevention of speech, language, and hearing disorders
- Basic clinical skills of assessment
- Basic skill in the design and implementation of appropriate treatment plans
- Oral and written communication abilities and interpersonal skills needed for the assessment and treatment of speech, language, and hearing disorders
- Audiologist (typically requires a graduate degree)
- Behavioral Therapist
- Developmental Communication Therapist
- Speech-Language Pathologist (typically requires a graduate degree)
- Speech-Language Pathology Assistant