Neurological Aspects of Communication
Online | 2 semester credits
CSD 256 Anatomy & Physiology of Speech & Hearing
In this course you will focus on the normal aspects of the neuroanatomical and neurophysiological bases of communication.
Dr. Jerry Hoepner, Ph.D./CCC-SLP is an Assistant Professor with expertise in adult neurogenics. He completed his doctorate in communicative sciences and disorders at UW Madison with an emphasis in neurosciences and traumatic brain injury rehabilitation. Dr. Hoepner's clinical interests include utilizing everyday routines to reduce demands on working memory and to maximize executive functions.
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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.