Courses

201. INTRO TO COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS. Disorders of speech, language, and audition; emphasis on recognition, causation, and principles of management. (3).

205. ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE SPEECH AND HEARING MECHANISMS. Anatomical and physiological bases of speech, language, and auditory processes. (3 lecture). (Same as LING 205). (3).

211. INTRODUCTION TO PHONOLOGY. The study of speech sounds-their theoretical units of meaning (phonemics), production (articulatory phonetics), perception (perceptual phonetics), and physical characteristics (acoustic phonetics). Emphasis on the International Phonetic Alphabet and transcription of spoken language. (Same as LING 211). (3).

216. NORMAL DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATION. Paralinguistic and psycholinguistic aspects of human development; study of developmental assessment. (Same as LING 216). (3).

301. DISORDERS OF ARTICULATION. Causes, correlates, symptoms, assessment, and clinical management; survey of related disorders. Prerequisites: CD 205, 211. (3).

316. LANGUAGE AND LEARNING DISORDERS. Causes, correlates, symptoms, assessments, and clinical/educational management; emphasis on description and prescription. Prerequisite CD 216. (3).

351. BASIC AUDIOLOGY. Administration and interpretation of basic hearing measurement. Prerequisite. CD 205. (3)

356. PRINICPLES OF AUDITORY (RE)HABILITAITON. Management of the deaf and hard-of-hearing; emphasis on speech reading and auditory training. Prerequisites CD 216 and 351. (3).

359. MANUAL COMMUNICATION. Study and practice in contemporary manual communication systems. (Same as LING 359). (3).

401. DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES. Basic differential diagnosis of communicative disorders; emphasis on instrumentation and interpretation. Prerequisites: CD 301, 316, 351, 356. (3).

405. FLUENCY AND VOICE DISORDERS. Causes, correlates, symptoms, assessment, and clinical management; survey of related disorders. Prerequisite: CD 205. (3).

421. PROGRAMS AND METHODS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS. Sequential programs for the remediation of disordered spoken and written language. Prerequisite: CD 216. (3).

430. PRACTICES IN AUDIOLOGY. A general overview of practices in audiology including professional issues, pediatric and industrial audiology, disorders of the ear, and clinical techniques. Prerequisite: CD 351. (3).

452. FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH AND HEARING SCIENCE. To provide the undergraduate student with an understanding of the basic acoustic, physical, and psychological processes underlying speech and hearing. Prerequisite: CD 205. (3).

495. INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL SCIENCE. The clinical process, applied behavior analysis, and clinical research methods; emphasis on clinical writing. Prerequisites. CD 351, 356, 301, 316, and consent of instructor. (3).

496. PRACTICUM. Applied clinical procedures and prescriptive programming for the communicatively handicapped. Prerequisites; CD 495, consent of instructor, and professional liability insurance. (3). (Z grade).

499. SENIOR SEMINAR. Selected problems in identification, diagnosis, and management of communicative disorders. Prerequisite: senior standing. (1-3).

501. SURVEY OF COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS. Disorders of speech, language, and audition; emphasis on causation, correlates, and management. (3).

505. NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF COMMUNICATION. Neuroanatomical and neurophysiological bases of sensory, central, and motor aspects of language. Prerequisite: CD 205 or consent of instructor. (Same as LING 505). (3).

506. ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND PATHOLOGY OF THE AUDITORY SYSTEM. Normal and pathologic structure and function of the auditory system with emphasis on diagnosis, audiologic manifestation, and treatment of auditory disorders. (3).

507. FUNDAMENTALS OF HEARING SCIENCE. Principles of decibel notation, properties of sound, acoustics, and psychological measurements. (3).

513. SPEECH SCIENCE. Physiology and acoustics of the speech mechanism: ventilation, phonation, resonance, articulation, and audition. Emphasis on instrumentation used in assessment and remediation. Prerequisite: CD 205 or consent of instructor. (Same as LING 513). (3).

520. ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES. Current diagnostic theory and measurement methods for principal pathologies of speech, language, and hearing. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (3).

521. DISORDERS OF FLUENCY. Contemporary theories of etiology and principles of management for disorders of stuttering; study of related disorders. Prerequisite; consent of instructor. (3).

523. PHONOLOGICAL DISORDERS. Misarticulation; emphasis on contemporary methods of management. Prerequisite: 205 and 211 or consent of instructor. (3).

526. NEUROGENIC DISORDERS OF LANGUAGE. Study of the fundamentals of neurolinguistics; clinical problems of aphasia, and traumatic brain injury; and other clinical applications and neurolinguistics across the life span. Prerequisite: CD 505 or consent of the instructor. (3).

531. SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS. Specialized topics in speech-language pathology, speech science, deaf education, and audiology. (May be repeated for credit). (1-3).

532. WORKSHOP IN COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS. Intensive short-term study of selected issues and clinical procedures in communicative disorders. (May be repeated for credit). (1-3).

541. LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT AND DISORDERS IN THE PRESCHOOL POPULATION. Theories and sequential stages of language development in the birth-to-age-6 population. Attention given to the assessment and remediation of language disorders. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (3).

551. CLINICAL AUDIOLOGY. Theory, rationale and techniques of vasic hearing evaluation. Calibration standards and procedures for audiological equipment. Prerequisite: CD 351 or equivalent. (3).

557. AUDIOLOGY FOR THE SLP. Diagnostic and habilitative procedures for school-age children in the school setting. (3).

560. MANUAL COMMUNICATION I. A beginning course in sign language designed to familiarize the student with the various sign language systems and to provide the student with a basic core language. (3).

562. MANUAL COMMUNICATION II. An intermediate course in manual communication designed to increase expressive and receptive sign language skills, to provide understanding of the linguistic nature of American Sign Language (AMESLAN) and to promote the acquisition of AMSESLAN as a second language. Prerequisite: CD 560 or equivalent with consent of instructor. (3).

575. AUDIOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT. Familiarization with basic technical characteristics and principles of instruments used in audiology. Prerequisite: CD 507 or consent of instructor. (3).

591. CLINICAL PRACTICUM IN AUDIOLOGY. Practical experience in conventional audiologic techniques. (May be repeated for credit). (1-3). (Z grade).

592. CLINICAL SEMINAR IN AUDIOLOGY. Issues and techniques in the evaluation and remedaition of auditory problems. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (May be repeated for credit). (2). (Z grade).

593. CLINICAL SEMINAR IN AUDIOLOGY. Issues and techniques in the evaluation and remediation of auditory problems. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (May be repeated for credit). (2). (Z grade).

595. GRADUATE PRACTICUM. Advanced application of diagnostic and clinical management procedures. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (May be repeated for credit). (1-3). (Z grade).

622. VOICE AND RESONANCE DISORDERS.

624. CRANIOFACIAL ANOMALIES.