Oct 03, 2022  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

Communicative Disorders (B.S.)

Students in this major may combine interests in communicative disorders with preparation for advanced study in fields such as speech-language pathology, audiology, medical sciences, dentistry, physical or occupational therapy, community health, physiology, psychology, linguistics, education, rehabilitation counseling or law.

The student learning outcomes for this degree are located at http://www.niu.edu/assessment/clearinghouse/outcomes/index.shtml.

A select number of seats in the master’s program in communicative disorders with a specialization in speech-language pathology are reserved for incoming freshman University Honors students who meet the stated program criteria. Program criteria and requirements are available from the NIU University Honors Program and the School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders.

Check departmental information for any additional requirements.

Requirements in School (34-35)

Requirements outside School (36-40)

One of the following (3-4)

The following courses are available for general education credit.

Special Requirement

Students are required to complete a minor selected with program approval. 

Total Hours for a Major in Communicative Disorders: 70-75