Term: Spring 2022
Subject: Comm Sciences & Disorders
Survey of language, speech, and hearing disorders, emphasizing the importance of understanding such disorders as a part of the fuller understanding of human behavior.
Linguistic, acoustic, and articulatory phonetics applied to the description of speech. Stresses use of the International Phonetic Alphabet with English, foreign languages, and disordered speech.
Speech and language acquisition interpreted in light of current learning and cognitive theory, linguistic theory, and methods of linguistic analysis.
Structure and function of the respiratory, phonatory, articulatory, and hearing systems, coupled with models of speech and hearing as part of human communication. Prerequisites: Minimum Sophomore standing; Communication Sciences & Disorders, Education major or minor, Neuroscience major; or Instructor permission.
Transcription of speech using the International Phonetic Alphabet. Speech sound disorders, development, universals, dialects, coarticulation, connected speech, prosody and second-language learning. Prerequisite: Three credits in Communication Sciences and Disorders or Linguistics.
A course which is tailored to fit the interests of a specific student, which occurs outside the traditional classroom/laboratory setting under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded.
Provides advanced exploration of the professions and clinical work of audiologists and speech language pathologists. Skills and knowledge related to ethical issues, person/family centered care, and cultural competence are practiced. Guided observations review specific clinical skills along with their application in practice. Prerequisite: CSD 099; Sophomore standing. Pre/Co-requisite: CSD 020.
Study of cognition and language in terms of mental representation models; contemporary models of memory, as well as capacity theories of language comprehension and production. Prerequisite: CSD 101.
Evidence-based practice and response to intervention strategies, screening and intervention for language differences; diverse populations. Complete 50 hours practicum. Prerequisite: CSD 225.
Introduction to the scientific method and measurement principles used in group and single-case research on communication and as applied to persons with communication disorders. Pre/Co-requisites: CSD 199 or 3 credit hours of Neuroscience.
Examination of the impact of hearing loss on development and its overall effects on communication. Survey of management considerations, sensory devices, speech reading, and auditory training. Prerequisite: CSD 271.
Focus on theoretical questions of how societies understand disability and its consequences for social justice, by examining the multiple determinants of the societal construction of disability. Prerequisite: One of the following: EDSP 117, CSD 101, ASL 195, Graduate standing, or by Instructor permission. Cross-listed with: EDSP 274.
On-site supervised work experience combined with a structured academic learning plan directed by a faculty member or a faculty-staff team in which a faculty member is the instructor of record, for which academic credit is awarded.
Undergraduate student service as a teaching assistant, usually in an introductory-level course in the discipline, for which credit is awarded.
Undergraduate student work on individual or small research projects under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded.
Discusses knowledge/research regarding assessment of and interventions for individuals with ASD related to and use of evaluation tools, and implementation of communication, social interaction and play skills. Prerequisite: Minimum Junior standing.
Seminar exploring interdisciplinary process, collaborative teaming, teaching, cultural competence and family-centered care as they relate to children and families affected by neurodevelopmental and related disabilities, including ASD. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
Supervised practicum experiences with children and adults presenting disorders of speech, hearing, and language. Prerequisites: CSD 320; Graduate standing in Communication Sciences & Disorders.
Supervised practicum experiences with children and adults presenting disorders of speech, hearing, and language. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Communication Sciences & Disorders.
Supervised practicum experiences with children and adults presenting disorders of speech, hearing, and language. Prerequisites: CSD 320, CSD 321; Graduate standing in Communication Sciences & Disorders.
An overview of topics necessary for employment as a school based SLP. Specific topics will be covered related to federal and state special education regulations. Prerequisites: CSD 320; Graduate standing. Co-requisite: CSD 322.
Study of adult and child fluency disorders with focus on symptomatology, etiology, diagnosis, and rehabilitation of people with stuttering disorders including cluttering and neurogenetic populations. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Communication Sciences & Disorders.
Introduction to normal and disordered swallowing function across the life span including etiologies, signs/symptoms of dysphagia, diagnostic procedures and treatment within an interdisciplinary model. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Communication Sciences & Disorders.
The study of linguistic and cognitive-communication impairments associated with stroke and other acquired neurogenic communication disorders. Aphasia, Right Hemisphere Communication Disorders (RHD) and communication disorders associated with dementia are explored. Emphasis on the principles and procedures of assessment and intervention are emphasized. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Communication Sciences & Disorders.
Study of normal and abnormal laryngeal anatomy and physiology as they relate to diagnoses and treatment of a wide variety of vocal pathologies. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Communication Sciences & Disorders.
Students complete a systematic review or research project under the direction of faculty. Prerequisite: Graduate standing or Instructor permission.