Online | 3 semester credits
Prerequisites (or current enrollment)
CSD 257 Normal Communication Development
CSD 262 Phonetics: Theory and Application
Explore the nature and management (assessment and intervention) of developmental phonological disorders as you gain knowledge about definitions of disorder types, development of English phonology, factors related to disorders vs. differences, causes and correlates of disorder, and assessment procedures and intervention strategies.
You will strengthen your skill in the critical analysis of speech samples and planning management programs for children with articulation and phonological disorders. The course content will be accessible to you through a combination of online power point slides, readings, video clips, discussions, and the textbook.
This course is appropriate for any communication disorders student (undergraduate or graduate) who needs to meet ASHA's certification standard III-D in the areas of articulation and phonology. This course also contributes to some state licensure requirements for working as a speech-language pathologist in public schools. (Also offered as graduate course CSD 558.682. Tuition: $1725).
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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.