If you’re a Boston University undergraduate student who would like to learn more about human communication—both the normal processes and disorders—consider choosing a minor in Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences.

Since communication is fundamental to virtually every human activity, a deeper understanding of it can enrich your study of any field. Students majoring in psychology, linguistics, education, pre-law, and other fields have completed an SLHS minor.

The speech language & hearing sciences minor consists of the following five courses (18 credits total).

Minor courses

Note: Note: There are no prerequisites for any of the minor courses; however, it is recommended that students take SH 110 first and take SH 220 before SH 221.