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Graduate Certificate in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Degree Requirements

The graduate certificate program consists of five courses (15 semester credit hours).  Students must satisfactorily complete all required course work with a grade of “B” or better for the award of a Graduate Certificate in Communication Sciences.  

Sample Plan of Study

The Certificate Program is offered 100% online. Should student demand in the future warrant other delivery modalities, such as a face-to-face or hybrid format, the program may also prepare alternate formats. Students will be advised well in advance of program application and course registration as to the delivery modalities offered in a specific program year.

The program will follow the summer admissions cycle and offer and start classes according to the published academic calendars.  

Plan of Study: Graduate Certificate in Communication Sciences 

Semester / Session Credit Hours

1st Semester (Summer)

6
MSLP-5101 - Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing

3

MSLP-5102 - Phonetics and normal articulation

3

2nd Semester (Fall)

6

MSLP-5103 - Normal Language Development  

3

MSLP-5104 - Speech and Hearing Science

3

3rd Semester (Spring) 

3

MSLP-5105 - Introduction to Audiology

3

Total Credit Hours

15