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Rehabilitation Sciences: Undergraduate Admission Information

Undergraduate Progression

The following benchmarks are required for progression through degree program for the Bachelor of Science in communication sciences and disorders. Students interested in majoring in communication sciences and disorders should contact the department for advisement (912.344.2969).

The program of study is a document that outlines the courses required in the major and the order in which they are taken. 

Freshman Year

Sophomore Year

Junior Year

Senior Year

Note: It is the student’s responsibility to follow the benchmarks, initiate and maintain contact with their academic advisor. No exceptions to the requirements will be made.

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