3200 Communication Sciences

Program Offered:

  • Interdisciplinary Minor in Communication Sciences

Program Coordinator: Luciana Lessa Rodrigues (lrodrigues@gsu.edu)

The Interdisciplinary Minor in Communication Sciences is designed to offer undergraduate students an organized set of classes that will enhance their major coursework and prepare them to apply for graduate programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD).

The goal of the Interdisciplinary Minor in Communication Sciences is to support the completion of courses that are required by Master’s programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders nationally. By completing this minor, students will be able to obtain knowledge in a variety of disciplines that are required for acceptance in a graduate program in CSD.

Recommended Courses for Area A-F

Students should enter the Communication Sciences minor having taken course prerequisites needed for entrance into their planned program of study. Below is a list of courses that are prerequisites for courses included as options in the Communication Sciences minor. Students should plan their desired program of study and identify which prerequisites they need to fulfill.

Required Courses for the Interdisciplinary Minor (15-18)

Students pursuing the interdisciplinary minor in Communication Sciences must take five courses. No more than two of the courses counting towards the minor can have the same course prefix.

  1. Choose two of the following:
    • CSD 4360 Anatomy and Physiology for Communication (3)
    • SCOM 4440 Speech Science (3)
    • PSYC 4400 Psychology of the Atypical Child (3)
  2. Choose three of the following: