Courses

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Academic Courses

Visit University of Northern Iowa's Course Catalog to see course descriptions Course Catalog 2012-2014

 

Required Core Courses in Speech-Language Pathology

CSD 6000 Research Methods in Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology (2 units.)

CSD 6100 Professional Issues (1 unit.)

CSD 6300 Treatment of Child Language Disorders (3 units.)

CSD 6400 Disorders of Voice (3 units.)

CSD 6650 Aphasia & Related Disorders (3 units.)

CSD 6600 Dysphagia (2 units.)

CSD 6450 Motor Speech Disorders (2 units.)

CSD 6700 Clinical Phonology (2 units.)

CSD 6800 Fluency Disorders (2 units.)

CSD 6500 Advanced Clinical Practice (taken for a total of 4 units.)

CSD 6560 Diagnostics in Communication Disorders

CSD 6660 Advanced Diagnostics in Communication Disorders

CSD 6580 Internship in Clinical Settings (4-16 units.)

CSD 6000 Research (1-6 units.)

 

 

Elective Courses/Seminars in Speech-Language Pathology

In addition to the required courses, students are able to select from a broad range of elective courses and seminars. In recent years, among other topics, electives/seminars have included Augmentative Communication, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cleft Palate, Right Hemisphere, Prevention of Communicative Disorders, Technology for Young Children with Communicative Disorders, Accent and Aging, Medical SLP, and Counseling.

 

Graduate Emphasis Certificate

Students have the opportunity to earn a Certificate of Emphasis in Childhood Communication Disorders and/or Neurogenic Communication Disorders by deliberately selecting a minimum of three elective seminars in either of these emphasis categories. The graduate academic advisor (Prof. Bruce Plakke) will supply interested students with the necessary information and forms.

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