All admissions applications and decisions for incoming freshmen and students who wish to transfer into UT Austin are handled through the University's Office of Admissions. Find out how to schedule a Campus Visit, meet with an Admissions Counselor, and more by visiting Be a Longhorn.
Current UT students who want to change their major (or add one) in order to study Audiology, Deaf Education/Deaf Studies, or Speech-Language Pathology need to visit the College’s Internal Transfer Information page.
Academic Advising & Scheduling an Appointment
Careful planning is key to ensuring your academic success. You should meet with your academic advisor at least once per semester to review your progress and receive important information and advice related to your studies. Visit the online appointment system.
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Course and Degree Information
The Bachelor of Science in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences degree comprises 120 credit hours. Undergraduate students must complete a specific combination of core curriculum, major coursework, Communication requirements, and electives to earn the degree.
Moody Honors Program
The Moody College Honors Program provides an intimate and rigorous four-year undergraduate program for the best and brightest high school students. It is dedicated to the cultivation of critical thinkers and transformative leaders.
NSSHLA at UT Austin
The National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is an organization intended to connect and promote student leadership in the Speech Language and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) world.
We are the UT NSSLHA chapter, located in the Moody College of Communication. We represent the three pillars of Advocacy, Service, and Membership. Our Advocacy efforts are shown each year, as our members pass out earplugs on campus, to attendees of Austin Music festivals— Austin City Limits and South by Southwest! Our members have the chance each year to attend the Texas Speech-Language and Hearing Association’s annual Convention. This is a great networking event with Speech Language Pathologists, Audiologists, and Healthcare professionals. In addition to attending presentations on the latest research in SLHS, we have volunteered and attended sessions for the TSHA Political Action Committee.
UT NSSLHA has established a defining partnership with Austin Speech Labs, a local stroke survivor recovery clinic. Volunteers dedicate significant hours each week in assisting with the recovery of speech, language, and cognitive rehabilitation of clients who have survived a stroke. Our chapter is also participating with a Harvard-based organization, Vocal ID. The organization aims at donating a voice to Alternative and Augmentative Communication users.
Our Membership events are strong, and many friendships have been made through UT NSSLHA. If you’re interested in meeting students in your SLH courses, we’d love to have you.