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Communication Sciences & Disorders

Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSDO) is a rapidly growing discipline, with employment opportunities projected to increase by more than 25% over the next decade. With a bachelor's degree, you can work as an assistant under the supervision of a licensed speech language pathologist (SLP) or audiologist (A). With a master's degree, you can work in hospitals, rehabilitative clinics, schools, or in a private practice.


For the program at Texas A&M University-Kingsville to be recognized nationally for its superior academic and clinical training of Speech/Language Pathologists, and recognized regionally as a provider of outstanding clinical services to persons with communication and swallowing disorders. We will meet or exceed required guidelines of accreditation bodies, licensure requirements, and certification standards.