Admission to the University of Arizona is accomplished in two phases, admission to the University and admission to freshman standing in a particular college, school division, or department. If you are interested in applying to the University, you can complete an online application through the Office of Admissions.
If you want to meet with an advisor to discuss the profession or registration, an appointment can be made at the Reception Desk in Room 214 or by calling 520-621-1644.
Email Denise Minopoli at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Here is a detailed description of our course offerings.
Our undergraduate program is designed to provide you with foundational information to help you develop critical thinking skills, the ability to evaluate scientific information, and to facilitate the development of your professional writing skills.
For those of you wishing to pursue clinical or research careers in Audiology or Speech-Language Pathology, the undergraduate degree provides the prerequisite coursework required for graduate study. A Master’s Degree is required for practice as a speech-language pathologist and a Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree or PhD is the entry-level degree for clinical practice in audiology. An undergraduate major in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences also provides a strong background for the pursuit of certain other careers, including teaching and health-related areas.
Undergraduate Advising: If you have advising questions, please contact Tharini Wijeweera, Academic advisor for College of Science. She is in Gould-Simpson, Room 1017.