Our undergraduate program focuses on the normal processes of speech, language, hearing and their associated pathologies.
For more information check out our Undergraduate Advising Checklists.
SLPOnline: If you have a bachelor's degree or are currently working on a bachelor's degree SLPOnline helps you fulfill the prerequisites and requirements to get into a communication sciences and disorders graduate program.
Earning a minor has major advantages! It’s like getting a mini-major, and gives you the competitive edge in the professional arena.
You’ll boost your employment profile; sharpen your skill sets; and exhibit your strong work ethic.
Some academic minors will give you a chance to explore your other interests, and some minors help you specialize your degree.
These minors are compatible with your degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders:
Get the foundation all our professionals need in courses that include
- Introduction to Sign Language
- Language Development Across the Life Span
- Language and Literacy
See All Communication Sciences & Disorders Courses
Earn Credits Toward A Graduate Degree
Approved Longwood CSD majors can take two courses their senior year that will count toward their graduate degree:
- Fall CSDS 520: Language Disorders in Infants and PreK Children (3 credits)
- Spring CSDS 525: Language Disorders in School-Aged Children and Adolescents (3 Credits)
You would transfer in six graduate credits to the Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders program at Longwood University.
Students can also get experience in telepractice prior to starting their graduate degree during their winter session.
Learn more about Longwood's Communication Sciences and Disorders, M.S.