Communicative Disorders (B.S.)
Why Study Communicative Disorders at NIU?
A degree in communicative disorders provides you with information about speech, language
Careers with a Communicative Disorders Degree
With your bachelor’s degree, you can find rewarding careers such as:
- Outreach: Patient and communities outreach, career counseling, inclusion specialist, patient advocacy
- Products: Development, promotion, sales for products used in clinical, education,
health careor rehabilitation fields
- Care centers: Group homes, senior centers, adult and child day care centers
- Private sector opportunities: Insurance, administration, medical records
Communicative Disorders Faculty
Studying communicative disorders involves
- How concussions affect hearing.
- Hearing health care for the underserved.
- Assistive technology.
- Impact of closed captioning on listener comprehension in college classrooms.
- Emergency preparedness for persons with disabilities.
- Language learning for children with autism spectrum disorder.
- Motor learning in individuals with Parkinson’s Disease.
Hands-on Learning OpportunitiesWe offer plenty of opportunities for you to get involved outside of the classroom. There are organized volunteer programs, internships
We also have many student association and networking groups such as: