With a BS in Communication Disorders, you can work as a speech-language pathology assistant, paraprofessional in a K-12 setting, preschool teacher, or in various positions in nonprofits related to disability, accessibility, and advocacy. You will also be prepared for graduate study in Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, and related fields. We reserve up to 5 seats in our on-campus graduate program for qualified Emerson Communication Disorders majors.
With a BA in Health and Social Change, you will have a foundation in public health and a strong emphasis on social justice. Students expand on a core of health and science courses with focus areas across the College, preparing them to enter the dynamic fields public health, arts in health, health education, social work, medical anthropology, law, etc., depending on their interest.
Transfer students are welcome in both majors!