A minimum of four semesters are required to complete the 39-40 credit Communication Sciences and Disorders major. The following courses are required: CDIS 100, 204, 205, 206, any college-level statistics course, 307, 308, 309, 410, and a capstone; 411 or 413.
Note: CDIS 100 is a prerequisite for most courses in the department.
Core courses (should be taken prior to the intermediate courses):
CDIS 100* (before all others)
CDIS 204, Statistics (must take before CDIS 307)
CDIS 205, 206
Intermediate courses (take no sooner than junior year; can be taken senior year):
CDIS 307 (must take before CDIS 308)
CDIS 308 (may be taken junior year or senior year)
CDIS 410 (senior year only)
CDIS 411 or 413 (senior year only - capstone experience)
Students who minor in Communication Sciences and Disorders must complete a minimum of 24 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.