Communication Sciences and Disorders Undergraduate Course Work In order to receive a Bachelor's degree from the University of Kentucky in Communication Sciences and Disorders, a student must complete courses that fulfill the UK CORE requirements and all required CSD courses. There are four required program courses that may be taken prior to being admitted to the CSD program at the University of Kentucky. These are:
CSD 277 - Intro. to Communication Sciences and Disorders (Fall only)
CSD 285 - Applied Phonetics (Fall only)
EDS 375 - Intro. To Education of Exceptional Children
One "Related Studies Course" (see related course list below).
Requirements for the Undergraduate Program in CSD
BASIC SCIENCE PRINCIPLES (REQUIRED BY the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association for future professional certification)*
One 3-credit course in the Biological Sciences
One 3-credit course in the Physical Sciences (Must be a Physics or Chemistry course)
One 3-credit course in Social Sciences [Satisfied by PSY 100 - Intro to Psych (4 cr.) or PSY 110 - Intro to Psych (3 cr.)]
Any 3-credit Statistics course (such as STA 210)
CSD MAJOR COURSES Fall Semester - Junior Year
CSD 277 - Intro. to CSD (3 cr.) - May be taken prior to admission
CSD 285 - Applied Phonetics (3 cr.) - May be taken prior to admission
EDS 375 - Intro to Ed. of Exp Child.**(3 cr.) - May be taken prior to admission
EDS 516 - Behavior Management**(3 cr.)
RELATED STUDIES REQUIREMENT
One 3-credit course in Linguistics – (for example LIN 211, 212, 221, 310, 317, 509) - May be taken prior to admission
LIN 221 is preferred course
PSY 100 - Intro to Psych (4 cr.) or PSY 110 - Intro to Psych (3 cr.) or equivalent through transfer credit or AP credit.
ADDITIONAL COURSES REQUIRED FOR TEACHER CERTIFICATION ONLY
EDP 202 - Human Dev. & Learn. *** (3 cr.)
EPE 301 - Ed. in Amer.Culture *** (3 cr.)
*UK CORE Requirements will usually satisfy the ASHA basic sciences standards. Please see the Director of Undergraduate Studies for exact details and specifics of these major requirements.ASHA Standard IV.A. The student must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of biological sciences, physical sciences, mathematics, and the social/behavioral sciences. Applicants must have transcript credit (can include course work, advanced placement, CLEP, or examination of equivalency in each of these areas).
** Courses required for the CSD Program but also applicable for optional Teacher Certification.
***Optional recommended courses for the CSD Program but traditionally needed for application to a Teacher Certification Program
PLEASE NOTE: Beginning in the Fall of 2019, the CSD Undergraduate Curriculum will be updated. Please consult with Health Science's advisors for details.