Speech-Language Pathology (M.S.) Required Courses

Speech-Language Pathology (M.S.) Required Courses

The graduate speech-language pathology program consists of the following courses:

    Thesis Option

    CSD 599 Master's Thesis — The thesis may substitute for six credits of required coursework.

    Courses that may not be substituted include:

      CSD 582
      CSD 558
      CSD 566
      CSD 576
      CSD 584
      CSD 586

    The substitution of a thesis for six credits of academic coursework will have no effect on the content or credit requirement for American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASLHA) certification.

    CSD 550 Aphasia

    CSD 552 Language Disorders in Preschool Children

    CSD 554 Fluency Disorders

    CSD 556 Disorders of Phonology and Articulation

    CSD 558 Clinical Practicum and Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology I

    CSD 560 Voice Disorders

    CSD 562 Language Disorders in School-aged Children

    CSD 564 Craniofacial Disorders

    CSD 565 Motor Speech Disorders

    CSD 566 Clinical Practicum and Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology II

    CSD 570 Cognitive Based Language Disorders

    CSD 572 Augmentative Communication

    CSD 574 Clinical Instrumentation in Speech Pathology

    CSD 576 Clinical Practicum and Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology III

    CSD 581 Swallowing I: Anatomy, Physiology, Disorders

    CSD 582 Research in Speech and Language Pathology

    CSD 583 Swallowing II: Assessment and Management

    CSD 584 Field Experience in Speech Language Pathology I

    CSD 586 Field Experience in Speech Language Pathology II