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Carolina Perez-Venero, Monona, Wisconsin, CSD Post-Baccalaureate student

Communication Sciences and Disorders Post-Baccalaureate Online Courses 


Do you want to become a speech-language pathologist?
Is your undergraduate degree in some other field?


By earning up to 30 credits of undergraduate coursework in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD), you could become eligible for admission to a CSD graduate program. Please check with your university/graduate program of choice for specific admission criteria.

To search for open courses and course dates, use the Class Schedule / Class Search. Use the drop-down menus to select the desired Term and Subject (Communication Sci and Disorder). Enter the Course Number. Click Search. Open sections will be listed. Look only for Section 682.

Course Number
and Section
Course Title
and Description
Terms Offered

subject to change without notice

CSD 256
Section 682

Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing

4 crs.

Anatomy and physiology of the speech mechanism (respiration, phonation, resonation, articulation) and of hearing, including the related neurology.

Fall, Spring, Summer
CSD 257
Section 682

Normal Communication Development

3 crs.

Theoretical foundation for normal communication development, including prerequisites, extra-linguistic variables, processes/constraints, and the major language system components. Language variables presented by select populations and a profile perspective are presented.

Fall, Spring, Summer
CSD 262
Section 682

Phonetics: Theory and Application

2 crs.

Study of the phonological system of language. Emphasis on phonemic and phonetic analysis and transcription of standard, nonstandard, and deviant speech.

Fall, Spring, Summer
CSD 321
Section 682

Aural Rehabilitation

3 crs.  
NOTE: CSD 373 and/or CSD 256 (or equivalents) are highly recommended prior to enrollment in this course. Permission to register will be determined based on your prior CSD coursework.

Effects of hearing loss on perceptual, cognitive, communicative, educational, occupational, social, and emotional aspects of life, for all age ranges, are studied. Common intervention techniques associated with hearing loss are presented.

Fall, Summer
CSD 326
Section 682

Voice and Resonance Disorders

3 crs.
Prerequisite: CSD 256 and 353

Normal aspects of respiration, phonation, and resonance. Causes and characteristics of various voice and resonance disorders. Introduction to the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of voice and resonance disorders. Introduction to speech/voice instrumentation.

Spring
CSD 331
Section 682

Developmental Language Disorders

4 crs.
Prerequisite: CSD 257


Characteristics of language disorders in children from birth through adolescence as well as assessment and intervention strategies appropriate for that population.

Fall, Summer
CSD 352
Section 682

Fluency Disorders

3 crs.
Prior coursework in CSD is recommended.


The nature and theories of stuttering and other fluency disorders. Clinical intervention for people who stutter and understanding how theories can be clinically useful.

Fall, Summer
CSD 353
Section 682

Speech and Hearing Science

4 crs.

This course will introduce students to basic acoustics, psychoacoustics, acoustics of voice and speech production, and basic research principles.

Fall, Spring
CSD 358
Section 682

Phonological Disorders

3 crs.
Prerequisites: CSD 257 and CSD 262


This course addresses the nature, assessment, and treatment of phonological disorders in children and dialect variations of phonology in adults.

Spring
CSD 370
Section 682

Clinical Procedures in Communication Disorders

3 crs.
Prerequisite: CSD 331 or 358


Priority registration for admitted graduate students. Others may be given permission only if space allows. Basic information and skills necessary for functioning in clinical situations. Topics include: preparation of goals and objectives, report writing, counseling, clinical equipment and materials, professional organizations and behavior, and observation. Twenty-five clinical observation hours accrued.

Summer
CSD 373
Section 682

Basic Audiology

3 crs.
CSD 256 and CSD 353 are recommended prior to enrollment in this course.


Introduction to audiology, including anatomy and physiology, pathologies of hearing, basic evaluation, differential evaluation, physiological procedures, nonorganic hearing loss, pediatric evaluation, hearing conservation, and rehabilitation. Emphasis upon pure tone thresholds, speech audiometry, and masking.

Spring, Summer
CSD 378
Section 682

Introduction to Sign Language

3 crs.

An introduction to various systems of manual communication with a strong emphasis on developing beginning skills in Signing Exact English and fingerspelling.

Summer
CSD 440/640
Section 682

Neurological Aspects of Communication

2 crs.
Prerequisite: CSD 256


Neuroanatomical and neurophysiological bases of communication with an emphasis on normal aspects.

Summer


To search for open courses and course dates, use the Class Schedule / Class Search. Use the drop-down menus to select the desired Term and Subject (Communication Sci and Disorder). Enter the Course Number. Click Search. Open sections will be listed. Look only for Section 682.

Meet the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department Faculty.

Tuition

$375 per credit for all students taking online coursework only.


How to Apply and Register for CSD online post-baccalaureate courses 

NOTE:  These courses usually fill quickly. Please follow instructions carefully and act soon.

Drop / Withdrawal Policy

Please refer to the Registrar's Web site.

Refund Policy

Refund of credit fees due to withdrawal from class will follow the UW-Eau Claire refund policy.  Please refer to the Refund Schedule / Financial Aid Repayment Notice web page.

Questions?

Call the Continuing Education office at 715-836-3636 or toll free 866-893-2423 and ask to speak with the Education Program area. Or, email us at ce@uwec.edu.

Accommodations

If you need an accommodation for a disability to fully participate in this program, or need this document in an alternative format, please contact Continuing Education at 715-836-3636 / toll-free 866-893-2423, or use the Wisconsin Relay System (711) as soon as possible.

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