Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) and Spanish Double Major
The Communication Sciences and Disorders/Spanish double major aims to provide its students with the pre-clinical, linguistic and cultural foundations, which in addition to a master’s degree in speech-language pathology, are necessary to treat and work with patients that are bilingual English/Spanish, as well as those that are Spanish speakers with limited English proficiency. Those wishing to become CSD/Spanish double majors must have their Spanish assessed by a Language faculty member in order to begin their studies at the appropriate level. After placement, students will follow the carefully designed course sequence prepared by the CSD and Languages departments.
Requirements: Fulfill the requirements of the CSD major, as outlined by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and 10 Spanish courses starting at the intermediate level or higher.
Minimum Requirements for Spanish:
SPN 205- Intermediate SPN for Nursing and Health Sciences I
SPN 206- Intermediate SPN for Nursing and Health Sciences II
SPN 301- Adv. Conversation and Composition I
SPN 302- Adv. Conversation and Composition II
SPN 420- Spanish for Speech Pathologists
SPN 421- Bilingualism in Spanish/English Speakers
SPN 422- Introduction to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology
SPN 423- Introduction to Spanish Dialectology
1 300/400 level Literature or Culture Course on Spain
1 300/400 level Literature or Culture Course on Latin America or SPN 307- Commercial Spanish.
*Students placing above the intermediate level will not take SPN 205 or 206. In lieu of these intermediate courses, students will take additional 300/400 level Spanish courses to fulfill their requirements. Heritage speakers of Spanish will take SPN 203 and SPN 204, Spanish for Heritage Speakers I and II, instead of SPN 301 and SPN302.