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Bachelor's inCommunicative Disorders & Deaf Education

The bachelor's degree in Communicative Disorders is a first step for students who desire a career in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology. It is also required to work as a speech/language or audiology technician or assistant. To become professionally licensed, students must complete a graduate level program. The bachelor's degree in Communicative Disorders is a prerequisite for graduate programs in these fields.

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