University of Central Florida
The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders is one of three schools and one department in the College of Health Professions and Sciences. We offer bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in communication sciences and disorders, as well as programs leading to a minor in communication sciences and disorders and an undergraduate certificate in language development and disorders.
The school currently enrolls more than 750 bachelor’s and 200 master’s degree students. With 30 full-time and numerous affiliated faculty members, the school offers students a broad range of academic programs, comprehensive internship experiences and ongoing research opportunities in human communication sciences and disorders.
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