Communication Sciences and Disorders Post-Baccalaureate Online Courses
By earning up to 30 credits of undergraduate coursework in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD), you could become eligible for admission to a CSD post-bacc graduate program.
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To become a licensed speech-language pathologist, you are required to earn a master’s degree in communication sciences and disorders. The prerequisites for eligibility to apply to a UW-Eau Claire graduate program are listed below. Equivalent courses earned from accredited colleges or universities that offer baccalaureate-level degrees in speech pathology may also be accepted. In most cases, credits earned through an SLPA program do not qualify.
The 30 minimum credits must include college-level courses in each of the five core areas. In most cases, all courses should be taken through a baccalaureate-level program: coursework specifically for SLP-Assistant preparation usually is not accepted as equivalent.
- Anatomy & Physiology of Speech and Hearing
- Speech & Hearing Science
- Normal Communication/Language Development
The 30 minimum credits must also include three of these six courses or ones that are equivalent:
- Child Language
- Voice & Resonance
- Aural Rehabilitation
- Clinical Procedures
- Neurological Aspects of Communications
* Appropriate disorders courses cover content in both assessment and intervention
** Additional coursework required for the Graduate Program: Sign Language
(Please refer to the online course catalog for course descriptions. Choose “courses” from the left-hand column, then Communication Sciences and Disorders.
**Enrollment is on a part-time basis only – usually no more than two courses per semester.** Be sure to check with the graduate programs of most interest to you for specific course requirements.
Remember to check with all graduate programs of interest to you for their respective admission criteria.
Click to see Post-baccalaureate courses for students interested in our graduate program.
CSD 256 Anatomy & Physiology of Speech and Hearing (4 crs)
CSD 257 Normal Communication Development (3 crs)
CSD 262 Phonetics: Theory & Application (3 crs)
CSD 321 Aural Rehabilitation (3 credits)
Prerequisite: CSD 373
CSD 326, Voice & Resonance Disorders(3 credits)
Offered Spring /Summer
Prerequisites: CSD 256 and 353
CSD 331 Developmental Language Disorders (4 credits)
Prerequisite: CSD 257
CSD 353, Speech and Hearing Science (3 credits)
CSD 358, Phonological Disorders (3 credits)
Prerequisites: CSD 257 and CSD 262
CSD 370, Clinical Procedures in Communication Disorders (3 credits)
Prerequisite: CSD 331 or CSD 358
CSD 373, Basic Audiology (3 credits)
CSD 378, Introduction to Sign Language(3 credits)
CSD 440 Neurological Aspects of Communication (3 credits)
Prerequisite: CSD 256
Questions about the program or how to find out if courses are equivalent? Contact the UW-Eau Claire post-baccalaureate program by email.
Who Should Attend
If your goal is to become a speech-language pathologist but you hold a degree in another field, you may take these courses to become eligible to apply for graduate programs. Be sure to check with the graduate programs of most interest to you for specific course requirements.