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Undergraduate Education in Communication Disorders:
offers an undergraduate pre-professional concentration in Communication
Disorders for those students who wish to pursue an education in speech-language
pathology or audiology. The program provides students with the prerequisite
information pertaining to the scope and practice of the profession, normal
developmental processes of communication, disorders of communication, and
clinical aspects of the profession in accordance with undergraduate curriculum
requirements of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Students may follow two tracts: a non-practicum tract which allows the student
to complete the concentration requirements in two full years of study, or, a
practicum tract which allows qualified students to participate in clinical
practicum experience during their senior year in the BSU Speech-Language-Hearing
Center. Students, upon their successful completion of the program, are prepared
to apply for graduate study at any of the ASHA accredited graduate programs
throughout the United States.
Massachusetts recognizes and licenses speech-language pathology and audiology assistants.
Undergraduate students who successfully complete the BSU Communication Disorders program are eligible for licensing.
Click here for more information about Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Assistants.
For further information regarding specific program application procedures and admission
standards, students should consult the Special Education and Communication
Disorders section of the
Bridgewater State University catalog and/or contact Dr. Sandra Ciocci, firstname.lastname@example.org, Coordinator, Communication Disorders program.
Last Modified: September 9, 2010