College of Health Professions and Sciences
School of Communication Sciences and Disorders,
Health and Public Affairs II, Room: 101
Program Coordinators: Mrs. Therese Coleman and Dr. Jacqueline Towson
Language disorders are the most prevalent communication disorder. Typically children, adolescents and adults with language disorders are served via a team approach that includes speech-language pathologists, psychologists, neurologists, pediatricians, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, school counselors, and general and special educators. This certificate is designed for undergraduate students who are not majoring or minoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders. This is for those in disciplines related to speech-language pathology who wish to pursue a special emphasis in language development and disorders in children, adolescents and adults. Certificates will be awarded only at the time of degree completion.
Certificate Admission Requirements