Equips students with the knowledge and skills to become competent and confident intercultural communicators. Prerequisites: 313, 322.

Etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of language impairments across the life span. Prerequisite: 313, 322.

Etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of speech sound disorders across the life span. Prerequisites: 312, 313, 323.

Information about basic assessment tools and procedures in speech-language pathology and audiology. Prerequisites: 324, 411, 412.

This course provides study of structure and function of the respiratory, phonatory, auditory, articulatory, and nervous systems and their contribution to speech, language, and hearing. Prerequisite: 111

Provides a basic understanding of the recognition and production of spoken English sounds with analysis of their formation, phonetic transcription of speech, phonetic aspects of dialect variation. Prerequisite: 111

Neruo-typical speech and language development across the life span. Prerequisite: 111

Provides an introduction to cognitive neuroscience associated with speech and language, including structure and functioning of the central nervous system, research methods in neuroscience, and theories and models of speech-language production, perception, and learning. Prerequisite: 311, 313.

Covers basic information on the physics of sound, acoustics, basic hearing science, the acoustic analysis of speech, and speech perception. It also introduces the physics, anatomy and physiology of respiration, phonation, and swallowing. Prerequisite: 311.

Introduction to hearing aid and cochlear implant components/characteristics, speech reading, the psychosocial effects, communication impairments, and remediation options for hearing loss across the life span.