Leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in speech pathology and audiology, this pre-professional program is designed to prepare the student for graduate study and the completion of professional requirements at that level. Full professional status, including certification by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and appropriate state licensure, requires completion of the master's degree.
In addition to the undergraduate program, the department offers a graduate degree in speech pathology and makes provisions for teacher certification following the completion of the Master of Science degree. The graduate program is accredited in speech language pathology by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY, (B.S.)–54 credits
Required: CSD 125, 150, 156, 251, 257, 258, 352, 353, 460, 463, 467, 472, 475; ED 110; CIS 217; Psychology elective; SPED or Rehab Sci course; and MATH 221, PSY 230 or ECON 221.
Sequence of Courses:
FIRST SEMESTER c.h./s.h.
CSD 125: Introduction to Communication Disorders 3/3
CSD 150: Speech Science 3/3
CSD 156: Phonetics and Phonology 3/3
FIRST OR SECOND SEMESTER
BIO Biology Course 3/3
PHSC Physical Science Course 3/3
CSD 251: Anatomy of Speech and Hearing Mechanisms 3/3
CSD 257: Developmental Sequences in Language and Speech 3/3
CSD 258: Language Disorders in Children 3/3
CSD 352: Speech Disorders 3/3
CSD 353: Adult Communication Disorders 3/3
CSD 460: Introduction to Audiology 3/3
CSD 467: Clinical Observation 3/3
CSD 475: Augmentative and Alternative Communication 3/4
CSD 463: Aural Rehabilitation 3/3
SEVENTH OR EIGHTH SEMESTER
CSD 472: Seminar in Speech Science 3/3