Undergraduate Research Opportunities

CSD 178K, CSD 278K, and CSD 378K - Studies in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Restricted to CSD majors. Supervised individual research. Individual instruction. With consent of the department chair, may be repeated, but only three hours may count toward a degree in the College of Communication. No more than three semester hours may be taken on the letter-grade basis.
Restricted enrollment;
18 semester hours of CSD coursework in Communication Sciences and Disorders;
overall GPA of at least 2.50;
GPA of at least 3.00 in communication coursework,
and approval of a project in advance of registration.

Participating in CSD Research

Our faculty members welcome undergraduate students into their labs as there are many opportunities for you to participate in ongoing research projects. Learn more about what each lab does and reach out to the principal investigator for the one that interests you. Feel free to explore all the options as our faculty members have diverse interests.

The Behavioral Science Laboratory

The BSL provides a suite of versatile experimental rooms and lab spaces to students who have a faculty sponsor.

EUREKA! Undergraduate Research Opportunities

The Office of Undergraduate Research offers advising and other resources to help you participate in research that is happening across campus. Students can use EUREKA! to identify faculty who are doing research that matches your interests. Connect with an Office of Undergraduate Research Advisor to learn more, including how to earn course credit.

Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program

The pre-graduate school Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program connects you with faculty and veteran graduate students in their field of study to explore those unique aspects of graduate study that make it distinct from the undergraduate experience.

Bridging Disciplines Program

The Bridging Disciplines Programs (BDPs) are designed to complement your departmental major with an interdisciplinary specialization in one of the following areas: children and society; environment; ethics and leadership; population and public policy; cultures and identities; and technology and society. Admission to the Bridging Disciplines Programs is by application.