Introduction to the identification and remediation of lan guage disorders in

Introduction to the identification and remediation of

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Introduction to the identification and remediation of lan- guage disorders in children and adolescents. Includes lan- guage analysis lab experiences. 332 THE CLINICAL PROCESS: EVALUATION AND TREATMENT 4 F,S PAS 215, 321 req. Maj only. Incl Clin Exp: 20 hrs, Type 1. Not for cr if had PAS 330, 331. Clinical principles and procedures for differential diagnosis and evaluation of communication disorders. Introduction to clinical techniques and management. 349 SPEECH AND HEARING SCIENCE 3 F,S PAS 155 req or cons inst. Formerly HEARING SCI- ENCE. Introduction to concepts, theories, and terminology required for an understanding of speech reception, auditory process- ing and speech production. 350 INTRODUCTION TO AUDIOLOGY 3 F,S PAS 349 req. Incl Clin Exp: 4 hrs, Type 1. Principles of hearing measurement: sound, human ear, test methods, hearing losses, screening methods, test interpretation. 351 INTRODUCTION TO AURAL REHABILITATION TRAINING 3 F,S PAS 350 req. Incl Clin Exp: 4 hrs, Type 1. Principles of habilitation/rehabilitation of communication disorders related to hearing impairment. Visual/auditory speech signals. Amplification: function/use. 352 SIGNED ENGLISH FOR CLINICIANS 1 F,S Maj only, senior standing. Introduction to Signed English for those who will provide therapy to children who are deaf or hard of hearing. 360 AUGMENTATIVE COMMUNICATION FOR NON-SPEAKING PERSONS 3 S PAS 321 req. Incl Clin Exp: 5 hrs, Type 1. Introduction to assessment, intervention strategies, tech- nology and empirical research relative to non-speaking individuals. Speech Pathology and Audiology
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245 C O B Dean: Dixie L. Mills, 401 College of Business Building. Web address: College of Business Mission Statement: To be a highly respected college of business that develops professionals with the personal dedication, ethics and lifelong learning capabilities needed to succeed professionally and to serve society. We work as a diverse community promoting excellence in learning, teaching, scholarship, and service. College of Business Objectives: The College of Business provides a learning-centered environment to develop the business skills and appreciation for continuous learning necessary to succeed in a dynamic global economy. Our high quality programs develop ethical, knowledgeable, and technologically competent business pro- fessionals. We strive to further the University mission of providing a premier educational experience to students in our undergraduate and graduate programs. The College offers programs leading to the bachelor’s degree with majors in Accountancy, Business Administra- tion, Business Information Systems, Business Teacher Edu- cation, Finance, Insurance, International Business, Management, and Marketing. Minor programs are also available. All eligible programs in the College of Business are accredited by the AACSB International—the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
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