Application to the major deadline: May 15th
The undergraduate/pre-professional program in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is available to non-graduate students who are in the process of completing a first undergraduate degree or who are changing career directions through a second undergraduate degree. In addition, graduate students who are completing pre-requisites before entering graduate level courses take courses in this component of the program. Information regarding the courses and requirements of the undergraduate/pre-professional program may be found in the UNCG Undergraduate Bulletin catalog.
The Mission of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is to prepare students with a background in speech, language, and hearing sciences, and in speech, language, and hearing disorders in anticipation of their continued studies at the graduate level.
- Admission Requirements
- CSD Major Info
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-Completion and/or transfer of 55 semester hours
-An overall grade point average of at least 3.0 to apply to the major
-Secure an official transcript(s) of undergraduate course work completed at colleges and universities other than UNCG, and an unofficial transcript from UNCG
-Deliver both the transcripts and the completed application to 300 Ferguson Building via mail or in person
- CSD Major-Undergraduate Bulletin
- CSD Major-Department Description
- Plan of Study
- CSD Degree Audit Sheet
The following links take you to the United States Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics
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