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Department of Linguistics & Communication Disorders
Division of Arts & Humanities
Queens College
City University of New York

65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11367-1597
Tel 718-997-2870
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Programs in Communication Sciences & Disorders

LCD offers the following programs in Communication Sciences & Disorders:


Pre-requisite Courses for Graduate School Applicants in Speech Language Pathology or Audiology
(Post BA/BS students only changing careers)

Students who have an undergraduate degree in another field, who would like to change career paths, need to take a set of pre-requisite courses in the communication sciences and disorders (CSD) major in order to meet entry requirements for masters' programs in speech-language pathology or audiology.

To take these courses at Queens College, students must do both of the following:

  1. either apply to the college as a second BA student or a non-matriculating undergraduate student and be accepted.
  2. apply for admission to the undergraduate Communication Science and Disorders major through the LCD department or Speech-Language Hearing Center, and be accepted into the major (100 Speech Pathology).

Matriculation as a second BA student provides earlier registration in classes, and the ability to register for several courses per semester at a set rate.

Admission to the undergraduate major is a competitive process. Application requires an accumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in the first BA, or in 24 college credits beyond the BA. There are several application cycles per year. See the undergraduate program page for all application deadlines. Contact the program if you have additional questions:

Karen Ball, Undergraduate Coordinator
Office: 718-997-2947/2946