Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Pre-Audiology

Program Admissions Requirements

There are no program admissions requirements for the B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Pre-Audiology.

General Education

The listing below includes program requirements that also fulfill General Education requirements.

Objective 16
Objective 23
Objective 3 - MATH 1153 or MATH 1153P3
Objective 4 - CSD 11516
Objective 5 - BIOL 2227/BIOL 2227L7
Objective 6 - PSYC 11016
Students must fulfill Objective 7 or Objective 83
Objective 7 - SOC 2248
Objective 8
Objective 93
Total Credits37

Major Requirements

CSD 1151
1151L
American Sign Language I
and American Sign Language I Laboratory (Partially satisfies General Education Objective 4)
4
CSD 2205Introduction to Professions in Communication Sciences3
CSD 2256Deaf Culture and Community3
CSD 3310Speech Science: The Acoustical Nature of Sound and Speech3
CSD 3340Communication Development and Disorders: Lifetime Perspective3
CSD 3341Audiometry and Hearing Science3
CSD 4405Neuroscience for Communication Disorders3
CSD 4415Clinical Practicum in Audiology2
CSD 4416Audiology Methods and Applications1
CSD 4417Interdisciplinary Evaluation Team1
CSD 4445Aural Rehabilitation3
CSD 4460Educational Audiology3
Choose one of the following course sequences:4
Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
and Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 Lab (Partially satisfies General Education Objective 5) 1
or
Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
and Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 Lab 1
ENGL 3307Professional and Technical Writing3
DHS 1110Introduction to Health Professions3
or HCA 1115 US Health System
MATH 1153/1153PStatistical Reasoning (Satisfies General Education Objective 3)3
PSYC 1101Introduction to Psychology (Partially satisfies General Education Objective 6)3
PSYC 2225Child Development3
or PSYC 3332 Psychology of Adolescence
SOC 2248Critical Analysis of Social Diversity (Satisfies General Education Objective 7)3
Total Credits54

Degree Totals

Program Admissions Requirements0
General Education37
Major Requirements (Required General Education credits removed)38
Upper Division Electives11
Free Electives34
Total Credits120

Elective Courses

Electives not on the list may be taken with Audiology Faculty approval.

ANTH 4408Topics in Medical Anthropology3
ANTH 4409Clinical Medical Anthropology3
BIOL 3302Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology 23
BIOL 3302LAdvanced Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 Lab1
COUN 2200Multicultural Development1
COUN 2201Introduction to Leadership1
COUN 2210Human Relations at Work3
COUN 3300Interpersonal Skills in Health Professions2
CSD 3315Clinical Processes Pediatric2
CSD 3321Clinical Phonetics and Phonology3
CSD 3325Speech Sound Development and Disorders3
CSD 3325LSpeech Sound Development and Disorders Lab1
CSD 3330Language Science3
CSD 3335Language Development and Disorders3
CSD 3350Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech and Swallowing Mechanisms3
CSD 3350LAnatomy & Physiology of the Speech and Swallowing Mechanisms Lab1
CSD 4420Clinical Processes Adult2
CSD 4425Speech Language Pathology Methods and Application2
DHS 4401Mindfulness in Health Science1-2
DHS 4402Survey of Aging Issues3
DHS 4403Interprofessional Systems in Geriatric Management3
DHS 4404Geriatric Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Internship2
DHS 4406The Mindful Practitioner2
DHS 4410Fundamentals of Mindfulness2
DHS 4426Evidence Based Research in Health Sciences3
DHS 4480Genetics for Health Care Professionals2
HCA 2210Medical Terminology and Communication2
HCA 4475Health Law and Bioethics3
HE 2200Promoting Wellness3
HE 4425Patient Education Skills2
PHIL 2230Medical Ethics3
PHYS 1100Essentials of Physics4
PHYS 1111General Physics I3
PHYS 1112General Physics II3
PSYC 2225Child Development3
PSYC 3341Social Psychology3
PSYC 3344Adult Development and Aging3
PSYC 4431Behavioral Neuroscience I3
PSYC 4446Cognitive Process3
SPED 3330The Exceptional Child3

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