The undergraduate curriculum offers students a broad base of preparation in general education requirements, the sciences associated with communication and its disorders, anatomy and physiology, and a number of basic methods courses associated with the identification and treatment of a variety of communication disorders.The Department of Communication Disorders originated in the College of Education in 1969 as the Department of Special Education and Speech Pathology. The program relocated to the College of Nursing and Health Professions in 1997 and became a department in 2008. The department consists of approximately 250 undergraduate students and 25 graduate students per admitted class.
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