Communication Disorders Minor
Open to students in all majors except speech-language pathology. The minor is designed to increase students’ understanding of communication disorders.
Prior to registering for the minor, students must meet with the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology faculty member who serves as the Communication Disorders Minor advisor. A faculty advisor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology will be assigned to each student in the minor.
|All students must take the following course:|
|SLPA 15000||Introduction to Communication Disorders||3|
|Students must take at least 15 credits from the lists below: at least 3 of these credits must be taken from the speech-language and hearing disorders course list.||15|
|BASIC HUMAN COMMUNICATION PROCESSES AND DEVELOPMENT|
|Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanisms|
|Normal Language and Literacy Development|
|Basic Speech Science|
|SPEECH-LANGUAGE AND HEARING DISORDERS COURSES|
|Articulation and Phonological Development and Disorders|
|Child Language Disorders: Assessment and Intervention|
|Fluency and Voice Disorders|
|Communication Disorders in the Aging Population|
Note: The above courses may have prerequisites; refer to the course descriptions.
Guidelines on course sequencing and other requirements are available at the department office, Smiddy Hall 301.