Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology (MA)
Online Program

Tentative Course Schedule Cohort 10

This program assumes an undergraduate background in Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, or Communication Disorders and Sciences.  In addition, students must have undergraduate coursework in mathematics, behavioral/social sciences, physical sciences, and biological sciences to meet ASHA standards for the Certificate of Clinical Competence – Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP).  The academic coordinator for the program will evaluate the undergraduate transcripts of all admitted students to determine whether the requirements for coursework in these areas have been met.  Students needing to take coursework in these areas during the graduate program will be informed of that requirement through the initial advising process.  Courses in these areas may be taken through any accredited college, university, or community college.

All students must maintain employment during each Fall and Spring semester of the program that will permit them to complete 25-60 hours of direct clinical services to children and/or adults with speech-language disorders. 

The sequence of courses provided here may be changed prior to the beginning of the program or during the program, but all of the courses listed will be offered during the three-year course of the program for each cohort.

Fall Semester 2014

HRS 610 Interpretation and Evaluation of Behavioral Research (3 credits) or SRM 600 Introduction to Graduate   Research (3 credits)
ASLS 515 Foundations of Research & Writing (1 credit)           
ASLS 516 Professional Issues (1 credit)
ASLS 478 Aural Rehabilitation and Amplification (3 credits) – Required if student has not completed an undergraduate course in this content area.

Spring Semester 2015

ASLS 555 Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology of Communication (3 credits)
ASLS 615 Research in Communication Sciences & Disorders (1 credit)
ASLS 583 Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology: Introduction (2 credits)
ASLS 682 Language Disorders in Early Childhood & Preschool (3 credits)

Summer Semester 2015 (2 weeks on-campus required)

ASLS 571 Speech and Hearing Science (4 credits) – Lab Required
ASLS 656 Feeding and Swallowing: Lifespan (2 credits)
ASLS 658 Augmentative/Alternative Communication (3 credits)

Fall Semester 2015

ASLS 684 Disorders of Language & Literacy in School-Age Children & Adolescents (3 credits)
ASLS 567 Advanced Diagnostic Procedures (2 credits)
ASLS 585 Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology: Intermediate (2 credits)
ASLS 474 Clinical Practicum in Audiology (1 credit) – Required if the student has not complete an audiology practicum experience during his/her undergraduate program.

Spring Semester 2016

ASLS 661 Speech Production Disorders (3 credits)
ASLS 586 Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology: Intermediate or Intermediate/Advanced (2 credits)
ASLS 568 Diagnostic Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (2 credits)

Summer Semester 2016

ASLS 563 Voice & Resonance Disorders (3 credits)
ASLS 664 Fluency Disorders (3 credits)

Fall Semester 2016

ASLS 657 Motor Speech Disorders (2 credits)
ASLS 588 Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology:  Intermediate/Advanced (2 credits)
ASLS 569 Diagnostic Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (2 credits)

Spring Semester 2017

ASLS 655 Acquired Disorders of Language & Cognition (3 credits)
ASLS 686 Capstone in Speech-Language Pathology (2 credits)

Summer Semester 2017

ASLS 692 Internship in Medical Settings (12 credits)
Note: Students in the MA: SLP online program are required to complete only one internship, ASLS 692, during the final semester of their programs if the majority of their clinical practicum hours acquired in ASLS 569, 583, 585, 586 and 588 have been in a public school setting.  If the majority of their clinical practicum hours acquired in ASLS 569, 583, 585, 586 and 588 have been in an adult medical setting, they will be required to complete ASLS 592.


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