The Bachelor of Science (BS) in communication sciences and disorders prepares students for postgraduate studies or immediate employment, with some alumni joining the workforce immediately, including as speech-language pathology or audiology assistants. Others choose to continue their education in graduate and professional school, often pursuing further studies in speech-language pathology, audiology, or another healthcare-related field.
Want to learn more? Ready to join the WVU Communication Sciences and Disorders community? Contact Julie Day, Assistant Director of Recruitment.
Communication Sciences and Disorders
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