The online graduate certificate in Communication Science and Disorders, also known as the Speech-Language Pathology Prerequisites (BRIDGE) program, is designed for students to obtain the prerequisite courses necessary to work as a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) or who want to pursue a graduate degree in speech-language pathology. If you're interested in speech-language graduate school but not a communication sciences and disorders major, you're changing careers and need to meet graduate school requirements, or you're interested in becoming a licensed SLPA, this program is for you.
Communication Science & Disorders, Graduate Certificate
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