Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
College of Arts and Sciences
Modular Clinic Classroom Bldg 111 ~ 260-481-6410
Stacy Betz, Chair and Associate Professor
Naomi Gurevich, Lead Advisor for Gerontology Certificate
Joanne Blosser, Secretary
The Communication Sciences and Disorders bachelor’s degree curriculum offers courses and practical experiences that prepare you to work with individuals with communication impairments in such settings as schools, hospitals, agencies, rehabilitation centers, clinics, and private practices. The certificate in Gerontology offers courses and practical experiences focused on aging and working with older adults.
For details on these programs, see Program Descriptions in this catalog.