Communication Sciences and Disorders minors may count Civitae Core courses satisfying minor requirements as also satisfying their respective Civitae Core requirements, up to two Pillar courses and one Perspectives course. The following are the courses in this minor that may be used in this way:
ASL 110 can satisfy the Global Citizenship Pillar requirement
EDUC 245 can satisfy the Human Behavior and Social Institutions Pillar requirement
ASL 210 can satisfy the World Languages Perspectives requirement
Courses satisfying minor requirements that are designated as Civitae Core courses subsequent to the print deadline of this Catalog will not appear in the above listings but will be eligible to also satisfy Civitae Core requirements, subject to the same rules as the others.
Any student who is minoring in CSDS may elect to repeat any course in CSDS only once. There is a maximum of five (5) total repeats allowed for all CSDS undergraduate courses.
Minor Requirements (19 credits)
To satisfy minor requirements in Communication Disorders for graduation, students must take these five courses.