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The B.A. in Communications Sciences and Disorders major is a pre-professional program that will introduce you to the fields of speech-language pathology and audiology and prepare you for a variety of career opportunities involving evaluation and treatment in hospitals, schools, community agencies, private practice, and research. This program also provides a strong foundation for a master’s degree in either field. Speech-language pathologists treat such disorders as stuttering, delayed language development, aphasia, and voice and articulation problems. Audiologists specialize in hearing conservation, identification, assessment, and habilitation of hearing disorders.
Our students gain hands-on experience by providing speech-language therapy at our on-campus Speech and Hearing Center and also observe and/or participate in the therapeutic process at area hospitals, schools, and day care centers.
This major also offers students a track in Teaching Students with Speech and Language Disabilities which includes student teaching experience in the New York City public school system and the opportunity to earn an initial teaching certificate. A Bilingual track in this area also is available.
For more information, visit www.pace.edu/dyson/csd.
For detailed curriculum information, please click here.
To begin the application process you may either apply online or download our application for undergraduate admission. Follow all steps (pay the $50 application fee, write an essay, send transcripts, recommendations, and standardized test scores) and submit your application.
Pace admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.
For additional information you can visit the school Web site:
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
For additional information about Faculty from this program, visit the school faculty site:
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Faculty