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Undergraduate Studies

The undergraduate program in Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSD) offers two concentrations that lead to the Bachelor's degree:

We also offer a Minor in American Sign Language.

Approximately two years of concentrated upper level study is required to complete the undergraduate program. Courses in this major are sequenced with specific prerequisites for advanced course placement. These prerequisites are identified in the USF Undergraduate Catalog. Students must earn a minimum grade of C- or better in each course required for the major. The Department's undergraduate advisor will assist you in selection of appropriate courses for each semester.

  • Postbaccalaureate: Students who have earned an undergraduate or graduate degree that is not in the Communication Sciences and Disorders department will need to complete seven courses to be eligible for application to the Master’s program in Speech-Language Pathology.

We also offer a Minor in American Sign Language.

What can I do with a major in Communication Sciences and Disorders?

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