Lead the Way to Confident Communication

Communication is necessary for spreading knowledge and developing relationships. But communication styles vary and special populations may require additional help. The importance of effective communication is why specialists in speech-language and communication disorders are integral to the health care community.

Our curriculum prepares you to serve people with speech and language disabilities in a variety of settings. You’ll gain a broad understanding of the field through exciting research and clinical observations, and learn from instructors with professional expertise in areas such as childhood language disorders, voice disorders, adult neurological disorders, motor-speech disorders, and fluency disorders.

Your completed degree will ready you to apply for a master’s program in speech-language pathology, so you can pursue your dream career in the growing fields of audiology or speech-language pathology.

Apply for NSU’s Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language and Communication Disorders.

Quick Facts

NSU’s B.S. in Speech-Language and Communication Disorders program is 120 total credits to complete.
Start Dates
Classes for the Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language and Communication Disorders program begin in August (Fall) and January (Winter).
Delivery Options
Classes for the M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology are offered through evening programs at our Tampa Bay Regional Campus or online.
Tuition for the B.S. in Speech-Language and Communication Disorders program in Tampa is $15,575 per semester for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Career Outcomes

Speech-Language Pathologist $80,106 Average Salary Per Year
Rehabilitation Director $132,158 Average Salary Per Year

Source: Salary.com

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