Course of study
Students should plan their entire program in consultation with a faculty advisor prior to their first semester.
To be accepted into the graduate program, students must have earned a bachelor's degree in the field of speech language pathology or communication disorders or have met the undergraduate prerequisites.
The Postbaccalaureate Program, a specialized one-year course sequence, allows a student with a bachelor's degree in another field to prepare for entry to the master's degree program in Speech and Hearing Sciences.
- SHS 501: Research Methods
- SHS 540: Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Disorders
- SHS 542: Infant and Toddler Communication and Language
- SHS 543: School-Age and Adolescent Language
- SHS 550: Autism
- SHS 556: Problems in Stuttering
- SHS 557: Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Disorders
- SHS 562: Motor Speech Disorders
- SHS 563: Dysphagia
- SHS 565: Augmentative Communication
- SHS 566: Off-Campus Practicum Public Schools
- SHS 568: Off-Campus Practicum Clinical Setting
- SHS 570: Advanced Internship
- SHS 574: Neuropathologies of Language
- SHS 575: Advanced Clinical Practice
- SHS 576: Voice Disorders
- SHS 580: Advanced Diagnostics
- SHS 588: Phonological Acquisition and Behavior
- SHS 700/702: Master's Research, Thesis and/or Examination or Master's Special Problems, Directed Study and/or Examination