Academic Advising | Communication Sciences & Disorders Post-Bacc

Applicants who have been admitted to the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders as a post-baccalaureate student will be assigned an academic advisor. The academic advisor will contact admitted students to set up an advising appointment to review requirements and answer any questions that the student has. If the student is not able to come to Pacific University for the advising appointment, the advising may be done by telephone or via email. It is recommended that the student have their undergraduate transcripts available for the advising session. (Students may bring unofficial transcripts.) At the advising session, the student and advisor will complete a planned program of study.

Planned Program of Study

The academic advisor and the student will complete a Planned Program of Study Form to map out the schedule for completing the Communication Sciences and Disorders courses. The post-baccalaureate program consists of nine courses totaling 29 semester hours. The post-baccalaureate student and the academic advisor will sign and date the form. The Planned Program of Study must be on file to determine financial aid allotment per semester.

All enrolled students are subject to all Pacific University’s academic standards and regulations.