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Department of Communicative Sciences and Deaf Studies

Degrees and Programs

Our department offers a diverse range of academic programs that help prepare students to pursue a bachelor of arts and/or master of arts degree in the professions of Audiology, Deaf Education, Interpreting and Speech-Language Pathology. During their undergraduate and graduate studies, students within our program will be engaged in clinical settings that are both immersive and educational, working directly with children and adults of all ages who have communication challenges. On-site, state-of-the-art lab facilities, research opportunities and faculty, who also serve as professionals in the field, will guide our students' learning experience.

Students will be exposed to an enriching academic experience that wholly prepares them for a fulfilling career serving the public. We invite you to explore each of our degree options below. 

Degree Options 

Master of Arts Options: 



Minor in CSDS: