This program is for people who have not already completed a bachelor's degree at the college or university level. From our nationally accredited program in communicative disorders you can either take one or more classes without seeking a degree (non-degree seeking) or you can earn your bachelor’s degree (degree-seeking) without having to attend campus.
Nationally there is a critical need for professionals in the field of communicative disorders. A bachelor's degree in communicative disorders is needed in most cases for those wanting to be considered for admission into graduate programs in speech-language pathology or audiology. Also, in some states people with bachelor's degrees in communicative disorders can work in selected professional settings without a graduate degree.