Undergraduate Application FAQs
Application to the BA Program in Communication Disorders
I am currently in high school and would like to apply for the undergraduate program in communications disorders. How do I start?
You would apply for admission to the undergraduate program through the undergraduate admissions office and you declare communication disorders as your major. You will take general education courses for the first two years and then begin courses in communication disorders in the Fall of your junior year. You would apply to be accepted into the major in October of your junior year.
I am transferring from a community college. Can I transfer as a junior in a spring semester?
The courses in communication disorders follow a set sequence starting in Fall of the junior year. If you transfer in the previous spring you will take any additional general education courses or courses in the minor until you can start communication disorders in the Fall.
Is there a cap on the number of undergraduate traditional or transfer students you accept?
No, but to make sure you can get into classes before they are full you should register well before the semester starts and not wait until the last minute.
Whom can I contact for additional information about the leveling program?
Cynthia A. Davila, Administrative Assistant, Communication & Learning Disorders (CDIS) Department at 210-431-3938 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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