Voice and Resonance Disorders
Online | 3 semester credits
CSD 256 Anatomy & Physiology of Speech & Hearing
CSD 353 Speech and Hearing Science
disorders, as well as relevant speech / voice instrumentation. You will begin with a review of the normal aspects of respiration, phonation and resonance. Then you will learn to use assessment tools to evaluate individuals with voice disorders and apply these to a case study. You will also develop an understanding of the causes and characteristics of various voice and resonance disorders. Finally, you’ll learn and practice a variety of treatment techniques that can be applied to both voice and resonance disorders. You’ll have access to power point resource slides, screencasts, and videos to aid your learning of aspects of voice and resonance assessment and intervention.
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, quizzes, team-based assignments, demonstrations, a case study, and online exams. (Also offered as graduate course CSD 526.682. 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.