Graduate Communicative Disorders
2014 Summer Term
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PRACTICUM IN COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS
Communicative Disorders 660
This course offers supervised practicum experiences: observation of communicative disorders, clinical work on-campus and/or off- campus, and supervision of practitioners or students. Client availability, student level of academic and clinical training, and supervisory expertise will influence student enrollment and section assignment. Prereq: This course is repeatable for as many times as needed. Graduate students must enroll every semester.
AUGMENTATIVE AND ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION
Communicative Disorders 683
This course reviews current approaches to augmentative and alternative communication. Alternative methods of communication other than speech and methods for augmenting residual speech skills are discussed. The course focuses on the development of basic skills for evaluating and providing intervention programs for individuals using alternative and augmentative communication systems. Prereq: Consent of instructor.
PROFESSIONAL ISSUES AND ENVIRONMENTS IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
Communicative Disorders 710
This course presents an overview of the professional issues and regulation impacting the speech-language pathologists' delivery of quality services. Licensure and certification requirements that govern practice will be reviewed. The information presented in this course is designed to help students develop a well-articulated theoretical and practical approach to ethical service delivery across work environments. PREREQ: Consent of instructor.
RESEARCH METHODS IN COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS
Communicative Disorders 712
A course in the methods of research in communicative disorders including the need for scientific research, the nature of scientific research, methods underlying the research process, the planning of a research paper, and considerations in interpreting research results.
PRACTICUM: FIELD EXTERNSHIP
Communicative Disorders 793
Communicative Disorders 798
Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member.