Graduate programs in speech-language pathology and audiology are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA), a branch of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). In addition to completing undergraduate SLHS coursework, all SLHS graduate programs require that students take coursework in the areas of statistics, biological science, physics or chemistry, and social science.  Thus, students who plan to continue onto graduate school in speech pathology or audiology should take courses in these areas as part of their undergraduate degree.  The SLHS undergraduate Academic Advisor, Raphael Angoulvant, can provide suggestions of specific courses that will meet these graduate school pre-requisites.  It is strongly recommended that you keep a copy of the syllabi for the courses you take to fulfill these requirements as this may be requested by the graduate program you attend.

Additional recommended undergraduate courses for students who want to pursue graduate study in speech-language pathology or audiology at CU:

Subject Areas (select at least one course from each subject area) Possible Courses (other courses may also apply)
1.  Statistics

SOCY 2061: Introduction to Social Statistics
MATH 2510: Introduction to Statistics
EDUC 5716: Basic Statistical Methods 
PSYC 2111: Psychological Science I: Statistics

2.  Biological Sciences

EBIO 1100: Biology and Society
EBIO 1210: General Biology 1
EBIO 1220: General Biology 2
PSYC 2012: Biological Psychology 

3.  Physics or Chemistry

PHYS 1240: Sound and Music
PHYS 1580: Energy and Interaction
PHYS 1230: Physics of Light and Color
PHYS 1010: Physics of Everyday Life 1
PHYS 1020: Physics of Everyday Life 2
CHEM 1021: Introduction to Chemistry
CHEM 1011: Environmental Chemistry 1