Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, Minor

A speech, language and hearing sciences minor at Saint Louis University is an introduction to speech-language pathology and audiology. 

The minor is most helpful to students interested in a health care or educational setting, including those majoring in physical therapy, occupational therapy, education and special education. Students must complete a minimum of 17 credits to complete the speech, language and hearing sciences minor.

SLU students minoring in speech, language and hearing sciences take the following courses. 

Required Courses
SLHS 1000Introduction to Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences3
SLHS 2000Phonetics2
SLHS 2400Foundations of Language3
SLHS 3700Speech and Language Development3
SLHS 4200Audiology: Basic Audiometry3
Choose One of the Following:
SLHS 4150Survey of Speech & Language Disorders3
or SLHS 4400 Aural Rehabilitation
or SLHS 4500 Neurological Basis of Communication
Total Credits17

Apply for Admission

Contact Doisy College of Health Sciences:
Julie Miller
Recruitment Specialist