Speech-Language Pathology | Post-Bacc

Pacific University Reduces Tuition by 45% for Post-bac Students in Communication Sciences and Disorder.

Effective Spring Semester 2016, tuition for all post-bac courses in Communication Sciences and Disorders (online and face-to-face) will be reduced to $375 per credit. For more information please contact Diana Watkins, Associate Director of Admissions. 503-352-1435 csd@pacificu.edu.

The communication sciences and disorders post-baccalaureate program provides in-depth study of normal speech, language and hearing processes, and a background orientation to disorders of communication.

The post-baccalaureate sequence includes 27 semester hours of coursework that fulfill prerequisites for application to Pacific’s master of science in speech-language pathology. Students who complete the minor in communication sciences and disorders will have fulfilled these prerequisites. Students with a bachelor’s degree in a discipline other than communication sciences and disorders need to complete the post-baccalaureate sequence prior to enrollment in the graduate program.

Starting in Fall 2015, Pacific offers the post-baccalaureate sequence on its Forest Grove Campus, as well as in an online format. The online courses are developed and taught by the same faculty who teach on campus. Coursework available online in Fall 2015 include the anatomy and physiology of speech, clinical phonetics, and observation. Additional courses will launch in Spring 2016.

Communication Sciences & Disorders Online Application

For More Information, Contact

Diana Watkins | Associate Director of Graduate & Professional Admissions
503-352-1435 | csd@pacificu.edu

Director & Professor, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Students with a bachelor’s degree in a discipline other than communication sciences and disorders must complete a post-baccalaureate sequence that includes 27 semester hours of prerequisite course work before enrolling in the graduate program.

Section Course Title Credit Hrs Semester Offered
CSD-209 Clinical Phonetics 4 Fall & Spring
CSD-303 Speech Science 4 Spring
CSD-204 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech 4 Fall & Spring
CSD-307 Speech and Language Development 4 Spring
CSD-300 Audiology and Aural Rehabilitation 4 Fall
CSD-301 Professional Orientation to Communication Sciences and Disorders 2 Spring
CSD-310 Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology (Prerequisite CSD 204) 4 Spring
CSD-306 Clinical Observation 1 Fall & Spring
Total Credits 27*  

*NOTE: Twenty-seven semester hours are needed to meet the prerequisite requirements whether taken as an undergraduate student, as a post-baccalaureate student, or a combination of both.

In addition to the above prerequisite courses, applicants for the Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology must show transcript evidence of at least one course in each of the following areas: biological sciences, physical sciences, statistics, and social/behavioral sciences.