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Requirements and Prerequisites

Prerequisite course work required of students who do not have a Bachelor's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders:

CSD 378 Anatomy & Physiology of Speech 3
CSD 402 Speech & Hearing Science 3
CSD 409 English Grammar for CSD 1
CSD 410 Language Development Across the Lifespan   3
CSD 481 Clinical Experience in Comm. Disorders 3
CSD 484 Intro to Diagnostics 3
CSD 485 Clinical Phonetics 3
CSD 491 Audiology 3
CSD 571 Neural Bases of Speech-Lang-Hearing 4
CSD 591 Aural Rehabilitation 3

 

Requirements of the Graduate Program

The Master’s program is typically completed in a total of two academic years of full-time study, six (6) semesters (Summer 1, Fall 1, Spring 1, Summer 2, Fall 2 and Spring 2)

Course Title Credits
CSD 621 Alternative & Augmentative Communication 2
CSD 647 Infant and Toddler Language Disorders 3
CSD 648 Language Disorders in School-Age Populations 3
CSD 654 Clinical Orientation 3
CSD 657 Clinical Practicum 4-6
CSD 659 Clinical Rotation in 3 sites
VA or Adult Site
School or Child Site
AHEC Site
21-30
CSD 661 Phonological Development & Disorders 3
CSD 670 Voice Disorders 2
CSD 675 Low Incidence Disorders (topics vary) 3
CSD 677 Aphasia and Related Disorders 3
CSD 701 Research Methods in CSD 3
CSD 710 Cognitive Communication Disorders 2
CSD 720 Professional Issues (topics vary) 3
CSD 744 Adult Dysphagia 3
CSD 745 Pediatric Feeding 2
CSD 746 Motor Speech Disorders 2
CSD 748 Thesis (Optional) 0
CSD 768 Thesis (Optional) (Residence Credit) 6
XXX Electives 1

 

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