Teaching

Undergraduate Course
SLHS 207 - Survey of Human Communication and Its Disorders
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This course provides an introduction to the study of human communication and its disorders, as well as to the fields of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. The course is appropriate for non-majors and majors alike.

SLHS 207H (Honors) - Honors contract

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Graduate Course:
SPH 544 - Adult Language Disorders: Aphasia and Right Hemisphere Damage

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This advanced course in adult language disorders provides a review of the neural and cognitive foundations of language, as well as specific information regarding the assessment and treatment of acquired language impairments in adults.

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Independent Study
(Course Requirements)

Undergraduate and graduate students with strong academic standing can participate in various aspects of the research conducted in the Aphasia Research Project.

  • To be considered for Independent Study, review procedures detailed.
  • Recommended Deadlines
  • for Fall semester = July 1st.
  • for Spring semesters = October 1st.
  • for Summer sessions = March 1st.

    Students enrolled in independent study will have access to materials on D2L under SP H 399, 499, 599, or 699 (Beeson)