Communication Disorders, Master of Science (MS)
Roberta Jackson, Graduate Program Coordinator
310 N. Riverpoint Blvd., Box V, Spokane, WA 99202
|CMSD 520S||RESEARCH METHODS||3|
|CMSD 538S||PHONOLOGICAL ACQUISITION AND BEHAVIOR||3|
|CMSD 542S||INFANT AND TODDLER COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE||3|
|CMSD 543S||SCHOOL-AGE AND ADOLESCENT LANGUAGE||3|
|CMSD 547S||AUGMENTATIVE COMMUNICATION||3|
|CMSD 552S||NEUROPATHOLOGIES OF LANGUAGE||3|
|CMSD 554S||MOTOR SPEECH DISORDERS||3|
|CMSD 555S||BILINGUAL AND CULTURAL ISSUES||2|
|CMSD 568S||ADVANCED ASSESSMENT: PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES||2|
To be determined in consultation with the graduate advisor. All 500-level courses must serve as electives. A minimum of 6 credits must be from courses within the department.
|ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICUM|
|CLINICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE|
Typically, students will be expected to enroll for at least 2 credits of practicum per semester.
Students are required to complete at least one internship; those wishing to take additional internships may exercise the variable credit option.
|Choose one of the following options||6|
|RESEARCH IN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS I|
|RESEARCH IN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS II|
|RESEARCH IN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS III|
|THESIS (variable credit course-minimum 6 credits)|
Student Learning Outcomes—students will
- demonstrate application of research in the discipline of communication disorders;
- use the products of technology in both scholarship and clinical applications;
- write and speak clearly and effectively;
- critically evaluate and utilize new information in the discipline of communication disorders;
- demonstrate through discussion and application in class and clinic the principles, processes and procedures for the prevention, identification, evaluation, intervention and management of communication disorders;
- demonstrate knowledge through adherence to the Code of Ethics of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association in academic and clinical work.