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The Communication Disorder Program is a nationally accredited program whose graduates
are highly sought after by employers throughout the nation. Each year, over 100 applications
are received for 15 graduate spots.
What You'll Do
- Complete a minimum of 57 graduate hours
- Conduct research and present findings at national or state conferences
- Obtain a minimum of 375 clinical therapy hours
What You'll Study
- CD603 Advanced Communication Disorders Clinical Practicum
- CD616 Literacy Essentials for Speech Language Pathologists
- CD629 Neuroscience of Communication Disorders
- CD643 Augmentative/Alternative Communication Systems
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