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Speech-Language-Hearing Science Student Handbook ’14 - ’15

Required Courses

SLH 501: Introduction to Clinical Practicum (3 credits)
SLH 502: Introduction to Aural Habilitation/Rehabilitation (3 credits)
SLH 503: Speech Sound Learning and the Modification of Articulation (3 credits)
SLH 511: Fluency and Stuttering (3 credits)
SLH 512: Language Disorders in Children (3 credits)
SLH 513: Acquired Language Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 514: Language Learning Disabilities in School-Age Children and Adolescents (3 credits)
SLH 515: Voice Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 516: Clinical Practicum and Procedures (3 credits)
SLH 517: Clinical Practicum in Audiology (1 to 2 credits)
SLH 518: Research Design in Communication Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 520: Dysphagia: Diagnosis and Treatment of Swallowing Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 527: Motor Speech Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 616: Advanced Clinical Practicum and Case Study (3 credits)
SLH 635: Integrative Capstone in Communication Disorders Application (3 credits)

Plus Two Elective Courses

SLH 519: Cleft Palate and Other Maxillofacial Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 526: Alternative and Augmentative Communication (3 credits)
SLH 528: Counseling Seminar in Communication Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 530: Special Topics in Communication Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 537: Geriatric Communication Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 538: Atypical Language Development and Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 611: Fluency and Stuttering II (3 credits)
SLH 613: Acquired Language Disorders II (3 credits)
SLH 617: Topics in Oral/Deaf Theory and Application (3 credits)
SLH 619:  Medical Speech-Language Pathology (3 credits)
SLH 622: Applied Instrumentation in Speech-Language Pathology  (3 credits)
SLH 630: Seminar in Communication and Swallowing Disorders (3 credits)
SLH 640: Thesis Research in Communication Disorders (3 credits)

Total: a minimum of 51 credits but most students will graduate with
54 credits in order to complete PA Teacher Certification requirements and ASHA Clinical Practicum requirements.

*Individual program plans will be determined for each student in consultation with the Program Director.

Patti Rager Zuzelo, EdD, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC
Barbara Amster, Ph.D., CCC/SLP
Director and Professor

M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology Program
La Salle University
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141 USA
Phone: 215.951.1986
Fax 215.951.5171

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