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Communication Sciences and Disorders, B.S.

Communication sciences and disorders meets the educational needs of the aspiring speech-language pathologist, audiologist, and other speech-, language-, and hearing-related professionals. Secondary admission required.


13%
Job Growth in Michigan

Job opportunities in the communication sciences and disorders field are projected to grow 13% in Michigan by 2025.

16%
National Job Growth

Job opportunities in the communication sciences and disorders field are projected to grow 16% in the U.S. by 2025.

Located on the Health Campus

Communication sciences and disorders is housed in Raleigh J. Finkelstein Hall on the GVSU Health Campus, located near West Michigan's bustling Medical Mile.


Source: EMSI, 2021

Program Overview

The undergraduate program provides students with foundational knowledge, skills, and experiences in speech, language, and hearing. The major also provides broad exposure to a variety of disorders to communication and swallowing.

Secondary admission priority deadline for fall semester is January 15. Following the deadline, applications are accepted until the program is full.

Why Study Communication Sciences and Disorders at Grand Valley?

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Program Details