Undergraduate Curriculum

BS in Communication Disorders & Sciences

The Undergraduate Program in Communication Disorders and Sciences provides students with the fundamental knowledge related to typical and atypical communication processes across the lifespan. Students who complete a Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders & Sciences are not guaranteed admission to the graduate program. However, they may to apply for admission to the graduate program in their senior year.

Curriculum

Major courses (34 credits) 

  • CODS 2620    Introduction to Communication Disorders 
  • CODS 2640    Phonetics 
  • CODS 3210     Speech and Language Acquisition 
  • CODS 3610     Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Swallowing Mechanism 
  • CODS 3620    Introduction to Hearing and Speech Science (TI) 
  • CODS 3630    Introduction to Audiology 
  • CODS 4010     Introduction to Articulation and Language Disorders 
  • CODS 4210     Neurological Bases of Human Communication 
  • CODS 4620    Auditory Rehabilitation 
  • CODS 4670    Clinical Observation and Methods (WI)
  • CODS 4750     Senior Seminar I  

Directed UCC courses (16 credits) 
  • BIO 1140         Applied Anatomy & Physiology (Area 3d) 
  • COMM 1100   Communication in Action (Area 2a) 
  • MATH 1300    Elementary Statistics (Area 3e)
  • PSY 1100          General Psychology (Area 3c)

Directed Corequisites (22 credits) 
  • ANTH 2400   Language Matters (Area 4, WI) 
  • ENG 4010       Linguistics and Grammar 
  • MATH 1150     College Algebra 
  • PHYS 1900     Acoustics & Sound (TI) 
  • PSY 2110          Lifespan Development 
  • PSY 3520         Psycholinguistics (TI) 
  • PSY 3750         Cognitive Psychology (WI) 

    TI = Technology Intensive 

    WI = Writing Intensive