Communication Sciences and Disorders Careers and Internships
In a survey of our 2014-15 graduates, 100 percent of communication sciences and disorders majors who responded reported being employed or in graduate school.
Those who entered the workforce took on roles such as Pre-K teacher, speech language pathology assistant, developmental specialist, early intervention developmental specialist, and special education paraprofessional.
Graduates who have continued their educations did so in audiology; counseling and casework; pediatric and developmental disability services; and speech-language pathology.
|College/University Name||Degree Level||Field of Study|
|Bay Path University||Master's||Occupational Therapy|
|Boston University||Master's||Speech-Language Pathology|
|Mercy College||Master's||Speech-Language Pathology|
|Molloy College||Master's||Speech-Language Pathology|
|Springfield College||Master's||Rehabilitation Counseling and Services|
|Worcester State University||Master's||Speech-Language Pathology|