Undergraduate Program

Undergraduate SLP Courses  |  Required General Education Courses

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The undergraduate program provides a broad liberal education as the foundation for entry into a professional area of study of speech, swallowing, language and hearing disorders across the life span.  Students with bachelor of science degree in speech language pathology will be prepared to enter a graduate program for speech language pathology or a clinical doctorate program in audiology.

Bachelor of Science Degree

The curriculum is arranged so that it is easy for students who are transferring into speech-language pathology during their sophomore, junior or senior years to complete the professional courses in a three, two or one year period of time depending on each student's background in general education courses.  See links below for more specific course information.  The FHSU Course Catalog provides a more detailed explanation of each course. 

*Note: The Department of Communication Disorders is currently modifying the course curriculum to better meet the needs for our students.  Changes will begin in the Spring 2015 and your advisor can provide detailed information about any changes or modifications that may apply to your enrollment process.  The web page links will be updated once all changes and modifications have been approved by the university.

  infoslp@fhsu.edu |  785-628-5366

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