Communication Sciences and Disorders

CSU, Chico Catalog Description

Some graduates with Communication Sciences and Disorders degrees have pursued one or more of the following occupations:
Adult Education Teacher
College Administrator
Child Life Specialist
Community Organization Worker
Curriculum Specialist
Education Administrator
Education  Coordinator
Elementary School Teacher
English As A Second Language Teacher
Grant Writer
Guidance Counselor
Health Educator
Instructor, College/University
Library Technician
Occupational  Therapist
Pre-School Administrator
Recreation Leader
Sales Representative
School Psychologist
Secondary School Teacher
Sign Language Interpreter
Special Ed. Teacher
Speech Pathologist
Student Personnel Administrator
Training Specialist
Vocational Rehab. Counselor
Volunteer Services Coordinator

*Please note: Occupations in bold type require additional education


  • Typically co-curricular activities, work experience and/or internships are essential (in addition to earning a college degree) to be competitive in the job market upon graduation.
  • Some occupations may require advanced degrees and/or training (check with the Career Center regarding your target occupations).
  • Please visit the Career Center (SSC 270) early in your college experience to get ideas on how to build your resume.

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