Communication Disorders

Begin your journey toward becoming a speech-language pathologist with Mercy University’s Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders.

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Key Facts



BSc (Hons) Communication Disorders


Course Credits: 120


Degree Duration

4 Years :

4 Years (Direct Route)

4 Years :

1 year pathway + 3 years degree (major)


Pathways Available

International Year One


Start Dates


Degree Overview

This program provides students with an educational foundation comprised of a scientific and clinically based curriculum. After completing the bachelor’s degree, students can apply directly to Mercy’s Master of Science in Communication Disorders and earn the graduate degree required to practice speech-language pathology.

Gain academic and real-world experience while working with pediatric and adult populations in Mercy’s on-campus Speech and Hearing Center.

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  • You may incur additional costs in the course of your education at the University over and above tuition fees in an academic year such as laptops, Stationary and additional resources. 

Why Study this Degree

State-of-the-art simulation labs

Premier B.S. Program in metropolitan area

On-campus NSSLHA Chapter

Your Pathways

The International Year One is the perfect pathway if you want a undergraduate degree from a UK, EU or US University but do not meet the requirements for direct entry.

The IY1 course provides an intensive combination of first year University subject modules with English language skills.

Following successful completion of the IY1 you will continue onto your second year degree study directly with the University of your choice.

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