Communication Sciences (COMS)
We prepare you for rewarding careers.
With a degree in the area of communication sciences, you can work with people who have communication, hearing and swallowing disorders. The bachelor’s degree in communication sciences prepares you for graduate school in speech-language pathology or audiology or for working as a licensed assistant in speech-language pathology, an assistant in audiology and/or hearing aid dispenser, a communication facilitator, an early intervention specialist and much more. The master’s degree in speech-language pathology prepares you for licensure and certification as a speech-language pathologist. Within our programs, you have the opportunity to:
- Apply for scholarships specifically for communication sciences students
- Join our active student organization and make lifelong friends with similar interests
- Learn from accessible and supportive faculty who want to see you succeed
- Get practical experience in one of our onsite clinics or future classroom laboratory
We provide everything you need to start a successful career.
Explore Communication Sciences programs
Texas Woman's offers a variety of program options for you to begin a career in communication sciences. Options include an undergraduate degree or minor in communication sciences, graduate degrees with on-campus or distance learning options and a certificate for bilingual students.
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