The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers an Accelerated BA/BS to MA Track for highly qualified UCF undergraduate majors in communication sciences and disorders that enables them to complete a master's degree in one less semester than students in the Traditional Track.
The program is intended for those interested in working with children and adults who have communication disorders. Once students complete the BA/BS, they must apply and be admitted to the master's degree program and follow a prescribed sequence of academic and clinical courses.
The Communication Sciences and Disorders program strives to educate students to become successful practitioners in the field of speech-language pathology. To that end, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Code of Ethics is re-enforced throughout the academic curriculum. Students who violate the ASHA Code of Ethics may be subject to academic sanctions or dismissed from the program.
- Clinical Audiologist
- Clinical Laboratory Science Professor
- Clinical Sciences Professor
- Dispensing Audiologist
- Educational Audiologist
- Hearing Therapist
- Language Pathologist
- Licensed Audiologist
- Neurology Professor
- Occupational Therapy Professor
- Pediatric Audiologist
- Pharmacology Professor
- Physical Therapy Professor
- Podiatric Medicine Professor
- Podiatry Professor
- Public School Speech Clinician
- Public School Speech Therapist
- Speech Clinician
- Speech Pathologist
- Speech and Language Specialist