About the Program
Bachelor of Science Degree
With small classes and caring, dynamic professors, Maryville University provides an engaging environment in Communications Science and Disorders. Come here for state-of-the art education and leadership options. Students in this program will enjoy learning in the future Myrtle E. and Earl E. Walker Hall – slated to open in Spring 2015. The new building for the College of Health Professions will include state-of-the-art facilities for speech and language therapy observation.
Upon graduation, students will be prepared for entrance to graduate school in speech-language pathology or audiology. A capstone experience/project completed during the senior year will encourage students to explore the broad scope of practices available to certified SLP’s and audiologists, allowing them to tailor a graduate program to suit their specific interests.