Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing
Online | 4 semester credits
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Using online resources, you'll engage in the study of the anatomy and physiology of each system included in the speech and hearing mechanisms, including terminology / terms-of-orientation, neurology, respiration, phonation, articulation, resonance, and hearing systems. As a primary goal, you'll solidify applications of these systems to speech, hearing, and language processes.
You will have access to online resources such as discussion boards to facilitate discussions between you, the instructor, instructional interns, and fellow students. In addition, you'll have access to study guides, links referencing concepts or structures, review games, power point resource slides, screencasts, unit introduction-overview documents and diagrams. Video segments from face-to-face discussions and activities will also be streamed to the online site.
The instructors and instructional interns are available through regular participation in team discussions, the 'Ask the Professor' discussion forum, and via email. Assessment includes participation in discussion forums, section quizzes, anatomy quizzes, unit synthesis summaries, and online exams.
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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.