Professor Armstrong; Assistant Professors Edwards, Johnson (Interim Chair), Rich, Valentine; Staff Clinic Director Boyd.
The Department grants the B.S. degree in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP).
Two programs of study are currently available:
Note: CSD courses are only available to students who are declared CSD majors. CSD 101 is available to students who may be considering declaring Speech-Language Pathology as their major and are seeking more information about the profession.
Persons interested in obtaining the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and the state license from the Alabama Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (ABESPA) will be required to complete a master’s degree in speech-language pathology. The Department offers the M.S. degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Refer to the Graduate Bulletin for more information on the program.
Class A Teaching Certificate
The Class A Special Education Teaching Certificate with endorsement in Speech-Language Pathology may be available to graduate students enrolled in the Traditional Track or the Strengthened Subject Matter Option. Refer to the Graduate Bulletin for more information.
|Course number||Course name||Credit hours|
|101||Survey of Communication Disorders||3|
|253||Applied Phonetics in Communication Disorders||3|
|291||Normal Language Development||3|
|380||Anatomy and Physiology of Speech||3|
|393||Language Disorders: Assessment and Intervention||3|
|394||Articulation and Phonological Development: Assessment and Intervention||3|
|411||Introduction to Audiology||3|
|473||Introduction to Medical Speech-Language Pathology||3|
|481||Clinical Policies and Procedures||3|
|495||Introduction to Voice and Fluency Disorders||3|
|498||Special Studies in Communicative Disorders||1–3|