SLP 660 Comprehensive Seminar In Communicative Disorders, 3 credits

This a 3 credit hour graduate level course that provides extensive study that covers all aspects of the Speech-Language Pathology Program from undergraduate coursework through graduate coursework. The course is designed to cover all nine ASHA areas of specialty, including articulation/phonological disorders, child language disorders, adult language/neurological disorders, voice disorders, fluency disorders, augmentative and alternative communication, dysphagia, research methods, and cultural aspects of communication disorders. The course also covers all 7 areas of the PRAXIS SLP, including, basic human communication, phonological and language disorders, speech disorders, neurogenic disorders, audiology/hearing, clinical management, professional issues, psychometrics, and research.