M.S. in Communication Sciences & Disorders
The department offers a postbaccalaureate program designed for nontraditional or returning students. A specialized course sequence that typically can be completed in one year allows a student with a bachelor's degree in another field to prepare for entry to a master's degree program in speech-language pathology. Postbaccalaureate Program Plan Sheet
Students that have earned a baccalaureate degree in any discipline other than communication sciences and disorders (e.g., biology, communications, education, English, linguistics).
An undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders is NOT a prerequisite for admission. However, students without an undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders must successfully complete requisite pre-graduate course work. These courses provide the individual with the appropriate framework and background in communication sciences and disorders so that he or she will be prepared to enter graduate study. To take these courses at UW-Whitewater you'll need to be enrolled as a Non Candidate for Degree (NCFD) student.
Instructions for Applying: For Post Bacc Non-Majors, the steps to take in order to be able to take CSD courses are:
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