Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders

COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES

Department of Health and Human Sciences

Southeastern's Communication Sciences and Disorders program provides students with an excellent academic and clinical education in normal and disordered communication. Students engage in independent and cooperative learning and demonstrate problem-solving in simulated and real clinical situations. Students learn the importance of evidence-based ethical practice and are encouraged to participate in professional activities. 

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Career Information
Types of Jobs
  • Acoustics
  • Audiology
  • Health sciences
  • Linguistics
  • Phonetics
  • Psychology
  • Sign language interpreter
  • Special education teacher
  • Speech-language pathology
  • Teacher of the Hearing Impaired
Types of Employers
  • Early intervention programs
  • Private practice
  • Schools
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
  • Fifty-four hours of CSD coursework including two diagnostic classes, six hours of clinical methods and a course in voice and fluency disorders.

  • Two semesters of clinical experiences in the department's on-campus Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic.

  • Faculty that have received high student evaluations and state, national and international recognition.

  • Integration of technology for classroom instruction and clinical practice

  • Honors curriculum available

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
  • Total semester hours required: 120

RELATED DEGREES
  • Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders

CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS & ACTIVITIES
  • National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA)


Contact Information

csd@southeastern.edu

985-549-2214

Fax: 985-549-5030

Mailing address: SLU 10879, Hammond, LA 70402

On-campus address: Campbell Hall, Room 102

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