Undergraduate Communicative Disorders
2018 Summer Term
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INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN COMMUNICATION AND DISORDERS (GI)
The course provides an overview of communicative disorders across the lifespan. Topics include normal communication behavior, the causes and impact of speech, language and hearing disorders, legislation and regulations, resources, cultural and diversity issues, and the role of professionals in the identification and treatment of individuals with communicative disorders.
Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member. Repeatable