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Minors in Communication Sciences are available to undergraduate students in two concentration areas: Deaf Education and Speech-Language Pathology. Students must complete an application to the Department of Communication Sciences. Twenty-one semester credit hours are required for each track.

Deaf Education

Students aspiring to be teachers of the deaf should prepare for a graduate program in Deaf Education. Students seeking dual certification may prepare to be certified to teach in a content area at the undergraduate level through coursework within the College of Professional Education and an area of concentration (math, science, reading, early childhood), and then obtain credentialing in deaf education at the graduate level. Students completing the Deaf Education track minor become eligible candidates for entry to TWU’s local, on-campus graduate program in Deaf Education, a twelve-month long graduate program.

Minor in Communication Sciences: Deaf Education

COMS 2513         Deaf Culture

COMS 3063         Preschool Language Development

COMS 3523         Audiology

COMS 3633         Aural Habilitation

COMS 4553         American Sign Language I

COMS 4613         American Sign Language II

COMS 4653         Literacy Development in the Hearing Impaired

Speech-Language Pathology

The field of speech and language is broad and intersects with other areas of study. Undergraduates in these fields may elect to minor in Speech-Language Pathology including students in special education, early childhood, health studies, and psychology. Completion of a minor DOES NOT meet the requirements for a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant or the prerequisites for a graduate program in the field.

Minor in Communication Sciences: Speech-Language Pathology

COMS 2223         Intro to Communication Sciences and Disorders

COMS 2233         Anatomy & Physiology

COMS 3333         Phonetics

COMS 3503         Speech Intervention

COMS 3063         Preschool Language Development

COMS 3523         Audiology

COMS 4623         Brain & Language

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