Communication Sciences & Disorders
303 E. University Street
Wooster, OH 44691
What could you do with your Communication Sciences and Disorders degree?
The Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) major prepares students for graduate
study or careers in speech-language pathology or audiology, education, nursing, social
work, and more.
CSD graduates work as audiologists, speech-language pathologists, rehabilitation specialists, .behavior therapists, special educators, early childhood intervention specialists, education directors, and teachers. Our majors also include graduates who have had successful careers as a social worker, a magazine editor, a pastry chef, and a director of college admissions, among other professions.
Where have our alumni earned their post-graduate degrees?
Our students are currently enrolled or have earned degrees at a wide range of schools, such as:
- Case Western Reserve University
- Cleveland State University
- Gallaudet University
- George Washington University
- Illinois State University
- Indiana State University
- Indiana University
- Northwestern University
- Purdue University
- The Ohio State University
- Kent State University
- University of Akron
- University of Cincinnati
- University of Pittsburgh
- University of Vermont
- University of Washington
- University of Wisconsin
- Vanderbilt University
- Washington University
Where do our alumni end up?
Graduates with a Communication Sciences and Disorders degree are equipped to pursue a number of varying careers after their time at Wooster. Here are just a few examples of positions our alumni have held:
- Head of the Speech-Language Pathology Section & Director of the Voice Clinic at the Cleveland Clinic
- Speech-Language Pathologist in the public schools
- Research Audiologist at the Department of Veterans Affairs
- Senior Consultant in Human Resources at IBM
- RN at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
- Pastry Chef at Grill 23 & Bar in Boston
- Auditory-Verbal Therapist in private practice
- Third Grade Teacher
Our young graduates have also worked in the Americorps Program and in the Peace Corps.