- 4 Year
- SCRANTON, PA
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The University of Scranton is a Catholic and Jesuit institution that delivers a transformative education, grounded in the liberal arts, to over 3,800 undergraduate students.
With a rich tradition of academic excellence, our programs are taught in small classes and led by faculty who are experts in their fields. Every aspect of a Scranton education exists to help you succeed. You will be challenged here, and supported.
With 69 majors and 50 minors across three colleges, faculty and staff work with you to choose a combination of majors and minors that suit you as an individual.
You can extend your academic experience through participation in honors programs, internships, faculty-student research and study abroad. The University also provides excellent preparation for medical and other health professions doctoral programs, law school, graduate school, and post-graduate fellowships and scholarships.
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Most Popular Majors
- Nursing82 Graduates
- Biology69 Graduates
- Accounting62 Graduates
- Kinesiology and Exercise Science56 Graduates
- Health Professions55 Graduates
- Business53 Graduates
- Finance47 Graduates
- Marketing44 Graduates
- Philosophy39 Graduates
- Criminal Justice and Safety Studies35 Graduates
Communication Sciences & Disorders
The bachelor's degree in communication sciences and disorders is centered around the basic science of human communication -- including biological, physical, social and linguistic aspects. Students develop an understanding of what happens when communication is impaired, and then they learn how to treat those impairments.
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- On Campus96%
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- Home away from home8%
University of Scranton Reviews
After leaving active duty, I decided to attend law school. Again, although most of my peers were probably smarter than me (my LSAT score was below the bottom 25%), the well rounded education Scranton provided allowed me to view problems from different perspectives. Therefore, I have excelled and I am in the top quarter of my class.
I highly recommend the University of Scranton.
P.S. I had a lot of fun there as an undergraduate and met my spouse there!