The Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences at CSUN offers graduate and undergraduate degree programs:
The Doctoral Degree in Audiology (Au.D.) is the entry-level requirement for employment as an audiologist.
The Master of Science Degree in the option of Speech-Language Pathology leads to fulfillment of the academic requirements for certification as a speech-language pathologist by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, as well as fulfillment of the academic requirements for licensure as a speech-language pathologist in California and other states, and academic fulfillment of the requirements for a speech-language pathology specialist credential in the State of California for employment in the public schools.
The Bachelor of Arts Degree is available with options in either Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology. (When students select Communication Disorders and Sciences as a major, they also select an option.)
For more detailed information, and to get a better understanding of the major, prospective and new students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels should attend one of the informal monthly orientation meetings to get basic information on the fields of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. These meetings help students make academic and career plans. You can e-mail the department office for orientation schedules. Meetings take place in Monterey Hall, Room 304.