For official degree requirements, you must consult with the Graduate School Bulletin. The information below is not the official record.

Fall (first semester)
  • S501: Neurological and Physiological Foundations of Speech-Language Pathology (3 credits)
  • S520: Phonological Disorders (3 credits)
  • S532: Language Disorders in Children (3 credits)
  • S561: Clinical Methods and Practices I (1 credit)
  • S580: Critical Thinking about Research in Communication Disorders (2 credits)

Total credit hours: 12


Spring (first semester)
  • S537: Aphasia (3 credits)
  • 1 or 2 Electives or Thesis (2-4 credits)
  • S550: Stuttering (3 credits)
  • S565: Clinical Methods and Practices II (1 credit)
  • M563: Methods in Speech & Hearing Therapy (3 credits)

Total credit hours: 12-14


Summer (first semester)
  • S544: Dysphagia (3 credits)
  • S566: Clinical Methods and Practices III (1 credit)
  • 1 or 2 Electives or Thesis (2-5 credits)

Total credit hours: 6 to 9


Fall (second semester)
  • S531: Cognitive-Communication Disorders in Brain Injury and Disease (3 credits)
  • S555: Motor Speech Disorders (3 credits)
  • S540: Voice Disorders (3 credits)
  • S567: Clinical Methods and Practices IV (1 credit)
  • 1 or 2 Electives or Thesis (2-6 credits)

Total credit hours: 9 to 13


Spring (second semester)
  • S568: Medical Externship (6 credits)
  • M550: Practicum: Speech and Hearing (school externship) (6 credits)

Total credit hours: 12

To view course descriptions for each of these classes, please use the Graduate School Bulletin

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Students pursuing a graduate degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences should use the University Graduate School Academic Bulletin.

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