Bachelor of Science

Application Deadline: May 15. The CSD department has a secondary application to be accepted  and admitted into the SPAU major. After admission into the university through the registrar’s (see Bulletin) office you must print, fill out and submit the departments free application. See the below “Apply to the Major!” icon.


The undergraduate/pre-professional program in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is available to non-graduate students who are in the process of completing a first undergraduate degree or who are changing career directions through a second undergraduate degree. In addition, graduate students who are completing pre-requisites before entering graduate level courses take courses in this component of the program. Information regarding the courses and requirements of the undergraduate/pre-professional program may be found in the UNCG Undergraduate Bulletin catalog.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is to prepare students with a background in speech, language, and hearing sciences, and in speech, language, and hearing disorders in anticipation of their continued studies at the graduate level.

apply to the major



-Completion and/or transfer of 55 semester hours
-An overall grade point average of at least 3.0 to apply to the major
-Secure an official transcript(s) of undergraduate course work completed at colleges and universities other than UNCG, and an unofficial transcript from UNCG
-Deliver both the transcripts and the completed application to 300 Ferguson Building via mail or in person

The following links take you to the United States Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics


Terri Ramsey, M.A.
Undergraduate Coordinator

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All events are held on Friday’s at the Ferguson Building, 3rd floor lobby, promptly from 9:00-11:00a.m.

Fall 2015 Dates

September 18
October 16
November 6
December 4

Spring 2016 Dates

January 15
February 26
March 18
April 15

Due to the high interest in Speech-Language Pathology, it is not possible to grant individual interviews to each interested student. Therefore, group dates are scheduled each semester.

Applicants are encouraged to visit the CSD Department on one of these dates to receive additional information regarding the academic and clinical aspects of the program. In addition, applicants have the opportunity to ask questions and to talk with current students.

Please email Ms. Emily Hamuka to register for an information session. Family and friends are welcome. The meetings are held on the third floor of the Ferguson Building, in the main lobby. Parking is available on the street and at nearby campus parking decks.