IN THIS SECTION
Help others communicate effectively
You will obtain basic knowledge in human communication sciences with an emphasis on understanding either speech and language disorders or hearing disorders.
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CD-100 Introduction to Human Communication and its Disorders
Nature and causes of organic and functional speech/language and hearing problems, general awareness of diagnostic and therapeutic techniques.
CD-110 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech And Hearing
Normal anatomy and physiology of the speech and hearing mechanisms with emphasis on respiration, phonation, resonance, articulation, and audition.
CD-115 Normal Development of Speech and Language
An in-depth coverage of the normal acquisition and development of speech and language, including phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics.
CD-230 Neuroscience for Communication Sciences and Disorders
Structure and function of the nervous system and its relation to normal and disordered speech, language, and hearing.
CD-103 Language Science
Introduction to basic linguistic knowledge including theoretical areas of pragmatics, semantics, syntax, morphology and phonology in a multicultural perspective.
CD-201 Hearing Science
Basic information to understand concepts in audiology: physical concepts, acoustics, psychoacoustics, measurement of sound and speech perception theories.
CD-305 Introduction to Audiology
Introduction to audiometric testing techniques and interpretation as related to ear pathologies.
CD-310 Language Disorders
Examination of the processes interfering with normal language acquisition and the disorders which disturb established language skills in children and adults.
CD-320 Speech Disorders
Study of the theoretical bases of articulation, voice and fluency disorders. Etiology, characteristics, evaluation and rehabilitation of these disorders.