The academic curriculum is designed to meet all requirements for breadth and depth of content in normal and disordered human communication and feeding/swallowing skills across the life span. Each course has been designed to address accreditation and certification requirements.  It should be noted that normal human communication processes will be addressed primarily in prerequisite courses. The graduate curriculum focuses primarily on prevention, and assessment and management of communication and feeding/swallowing disorders. Students will be involved in prevention activities through service learning projects and activities.


MASTER OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY PROGRAM CURRICULUM

YEAR ONE

Fall 2019……………………………………………………………………. 15 hours

SLP 530 Speech Sound Disorders (2)

SLP 531 School Age Language Disorders (3)

SLP 537 Speech and Hearing Science (3)

SLP 540 Communication Disorders in the Birth to Five Population (3)

SLP 547 Neurology of Speech-Language and Hearing (3)

SLP 550 Clinical Practicum I (1:0-2)

 

Spring 2020…………………………………………………………………. 15 hours

SLP 561 Dysphagia (3)

SLP 567 Research Methods I (3)

SLP 570 Audiology and Aural Rehabilitation (3)

SLP 575 Adult Language Disorders (3)

SLP 580 Clinical Practicum II (2:0-4)

SLP 581 Hearing Clinical Practicum (1:0-2)

 

Summer 2020……………………………………………………………….10 hours

SLP 545 Survey of Multicultural Issues Impacting Communication Sciences and Disorders (1)

SLP 591 Motor Speech Disorders (3)

SLP 595 Medical Aspects of Speech-Language Pathology (3)

SLP 601 Clinical Practicum III (3:0-6)

 

YEAR TWO

Fall 2020……………………………………………………………………. 13 hours

SLP 607 Augmentative and Alternative Communication (1)

SLP 615 Voice Disorders (3)

SLP 617 Fluency Disorders (1)

SLP 620 Clinical Practicum IV (5:0-10)

SLP 635 Instrumentation in Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences (3)

 

Spring 2021………………………………………………………………….10 hours

SLP 610 Professional Issues and Ethics (1)

SLP 621 Clinical Practicum V (6:0-12)

SLP 630 Research Methods II: Capstone Project (3)

 

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation: 63 hours