Online: 1st Bachelor's Degree

Why earn your bachelor's degree in Communicative Disorders online?

  • To aid in the national need for professionals in the field of communicative disorders.
  • To be accepted into a graduate program for speech-language pathology or audiology.
  • To work as a speech-language pathology assistant or technician.

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The distance education COMDDE bachelor’s degree programs are accredited under the university's accreditation by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).

GPA Requirements:

A minimum 3.0 GPA is required for admission into the 1st bachelor’s online program. Students planning on graduate school should carefully and honestly evaluate their potential for excelling in their coursework and maintaining a high GPA. Many graduate programs across the country, including USU, accept students with higher GPAs. (Average GPA usually 3.75 – 3.8)


Advisor: Heather Humphreys

Phone: (435) 797-2469


Applications Due:

  • Summer Semester: April 1
  • Fall Semester: April 1 (Freshmen) June 1 (Others)
  • Spring Semester: October 1


  • Speech-Language Pathologist (graduate degree needed)
  • Clinical Aide
  • Assistant of Technician in  Speech-Language Pathology
  • Assistant in Clinical Audiology  or Educational Audiology