Bachelor’s in Communication Disorders
The Bachelor’s in Communication Disorders degree prepares graduates for diagnosing and resolving communication disorders based on a comprehensive knowledge of speech, language, voice, swallowing and fluency disorders.
Why study Communication Disorders at Geneva College?
- Skills can be used in school environments, hospitals, nursing homes, clinics or private practice
- In the past decade, 96% of graduates have gone on to graduate study at schools such as Pennsylvania State University, Ithaca College, Baylor University and Loyola University
- Clinical experience and graduate study preparation are both offered through this program
This program is offered at the following location:
- Beaver Falls
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