Normal Communication Development
Online | 3 semester credits
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The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the principles, aspects, and theories of normal communication development and use. You'll review developmental data and develop your skills in measuring changes in complexity. Together we'll explore the theoretical foundation for normal communication development, including prerequisites, extra-linguistic variables, processes/constraints, and the major language system components. We'll also examine the social, psychological, and cultural processes involved in first versus second language learning.
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This course is part of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Communication Sciences and Disorders Department Post-Baccalaureate Online Series designed for those interested in becoming Speech-Language Pathologists who hold a bachelor's degree in a different field. By earning 30 credits of coursework in Communication Sciences and Disorders, you could be eligible for admission into a CSD graduate program of your choice.