The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Communication Sciences and Disorders is designed for those who are interested in becoming a Speech-Language Pathologist but have not completed an undergraduate degree in this field.
What You Will Learn
You will learn about the biological, physiological, linguistic, and neurological bases of communication disorders, as well as the variety of communication disorders that might be present in an individual.
This program bridges the gap between a student’s undergraduate preparation and the criteria needed to be accepted into Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) accredited graduate programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders by providing them with the foundational undergraduate coursework. The program can be completed in two, full-time, consecutive terms.
Eastern Michigan University offers a high-quality master’s program in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Licensed pathologists may work in public schools, healthcare agencies, hospitals, and government agencies, treating individuals of all ages and their families with impairments in speaking, listening, reading, and writing.