A minimum of four semesters are required to complete the 40-credit Communication Sciences and Disorders major. The following courses are required: CDIS 100, 204, 205, 206, 208, 307, 308, 309, 410, and a capstone; 411 or 413.
Note: CDIS 100 is a prerequisite for most courses in the department.
Students should consider the following recommended sequence:
Fall or Spring, CDIS 100
Fall, CDIS 205
Spring, CDIS 204 and CDIS 206
Fall, CDIS 307 and CDIS 309
Spring, CDIS 308
Fall or Spring, CDIS 410
Fall or Spring, CDIS 411 or 413
Modifications of this sequence to accommodate double majors, study abroad, and/or honors programs should be made in consultation with the student's academic advisor.
Students who minor in Communication Sciences and Disorders must complete a minimum of 23 credits including the following: CDIS 100, 204, 206, 307, one of CDIS 308 or 309, and one additional course in Communication Sciences and Disorders, which may include CDIS 260.