Communication Sciences & Disorders
We prepare you for rewarding careers.
With a communication sciences degree from TWU, you can work with people who are deaf or hard of hearing or who have communication and swallowing disorders.
- Join one of our active student organizations and make lifelong friends with similar interests.
- Work with 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 for a successful career. Check out our various degree program options and get started on your future today.
The campus itself is beautiful, but it’s the people who make the difference. TWU has such a welcoming and kind community that makes it easy to call home.
Now offering a certificate in bilingual speech-language pathology
Texas Woman’s recognizes the need for speech-language pathologists to work with the high number of Texans who are learning English as their second language. Because of this, TWU now offers a post-baccalaureate certificate in bilingual SLP—one of only four universities in Texas to do so.
If you are bilingual, it’s easy for you to earn this certificate at the same time you are getting your master’s degree in speech-language pathology.