Communication Sciences and Disorders, Master of Science (MS)
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Lindsay Williams, Graduate Program Coordinator
310 N. Riverpoint Blvd., Box B, Spokane, WA 99202
|CMSD 520S||RESEARCH METHODS||3|
|CMSD 538S||ADVANCED SPEECH SOUND DISORDERS AND ACQUISITION||2|
|CMSD 542S||EARLY LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT||2|
|CMSD 543S||SCHOOL-AGE AND ADOLESCENT LANGUAGE||3|
|CMSD 547S||AUGMENTATIVE COMMUNICATION||3|
|CMSD 552S||NEUROGENIC DISORDERS OF LANGUAGE AND COGNITION I||2|
|CMSD 554S||MOTOR SPEECH DISORDERS||3|
|CMSD 558S||NEUROGENIC DISORDERS OF LANGUAGE AND COGNITION II||2|
|CMSD 560S||CLINICAL PREPARATION FOR SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS||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 thesis paths||6|
|RESEARCH IN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS I|
|RESEARCH IN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS II|
|RESEARCH IN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS III|
|THESIS (variable credit course-minimum 6 credits)|
Students who graduate with an MS in Communication Sciences and Disorders will be able to do the following:
- communicate effectively about communication sciences and disorders in spoken language; PLO#5
- communicate effectively about communication sciences and disorders in written language; PLO#6
- demonstrate competency in speech-language pathology assessment; PLO#3
- demonstrate competency in speech-language pathology client professional management skills; PLO#2
- demonstrate competency in speech-language pathology treatment; PLO#4
- demonstrate the knowledge necessary to practice as entry-level clinicians. PLO#1