curriculum might include, but not be limited to, some of the following courses:

Example of Required Courses

Example of Electives

What skills will I develop?

As a Communication Sciences and Disorders student, one can develop a variety of skills.  Writing clearly and succinctly is an important skill in the speech-language pathology field. Other types of communication skills, such as listening and oral communication, will be developed as well.  Finally, communication disorders students will have the opportunity to be both analytical and creative.

What career opportunities are there for someone with this degree?

Here is what some recent Butler graduates are doing with their degrees:

Where can I get more information?

Communication Sciences and Disorders Program
Jordan Hall 274
(317) 940-8350

Internship and Career Services
Atherton Union 315
(317) 940-9383

Exploratory Studies
Jordan Hall 136
(317) 940-9308

Communication Science and Disorders Academic Information

Occupation Outlook Handbook