MinorCommunication Sciences and Disorders - Signed Languages

A communication sciences and disorders—signed languages—minor from Wichita State is a valuable asset to a diverse range of majors and career settings—from education and health care to counseling and law.

Learn how communication sciences and disorders - signed languages is the right fit for you.

 
Students practicing sign language in classroom at WSU West.

Applied learning at Wichita State

At Wichita State, applied learning is everything. In fact, every degree we offer has a guaranteed applied learning or research experience built right into it equipping you with the relevant skills and experience to make you workforce ready before graduation.

Admission to the program

To take courses in the College of Health Professions, you must first be admitted to Wichita State.

For WSU’s admission requirements, and to apply, click the link below.

Inside the Program

Baby Day provides real-life experience for health professions students

Baby Day, an interprofessional event hosted by the Communication Sciences and Disorders and Physical Therapy departments, is a day many students look forward to.

The event -- held each spring -- provides students, families and professionals an opportunity to gather and learn more about the development of infants and toddlers. CSD students spend the day observing and evaluating babies' reactions and verbal skills. They also learn how motor development and communication go hand in hand.

Baby Day is a positive experience for everyone involved and is a great way to enhance the education of the students.

Curriculum

The 15-credit-hour minor includes three required courses in American Sign Language and two additional electives based on your interests and career goals.

Careers

Thanks to WSU's extensive network of employer connections, students in every major have opportunities to gain real-world experience—helping them build a resume, make professional connections and land their dream jobs.

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