Minors

A minor is not offered through the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. Many of our majors chose to minor in related areas such as:

Gerontology

A minor within the gerontology department provides a comprehensive understanding of the aging process Four minors within the gerontology department are available; Gerontology minor, Minor in aging and health, Minor in aging and public policy, and Disabilities studies minor.  Course work and field experience is required for the program.  

Child Studies

A child studies minor offers a diverse course experience covering child development, parent child relationships, adolescent development, and diverse families.  In addition to coursework, an internship is required to provide a hands on experience and opportunity to apply and expand the knowledge provided throughout this minor.  

Spanish

To complete a Spanish minor, the student is required to take 18 credit hours above the 200 level. 

Linguistics

Linguistics looks at how people use language and try to find the rules that govern that use.  A minor in linguistics is useful for students majoring in foreign languages, English, sociology, anthropology, psychology, mathematics, communication, philosophy, or computer science.  

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    Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology

    Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology

    Miami University offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in communication disorders. Students become active participants in the on-site clinic where they learn clinical methods, observe speech and language evaluations, and eventually plan and implement therapy sessions.

    2 Bachelor Hall
    Oxford, OH 45056
    513-529-2500

    Dr. Susan Baker Brehm, Chair
    bakerse1@miamioh.edu
    Ms. Debbie Ferriell, Administrative Assistant