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Speech Pathology

Speech-language pathology is a unique profession with roots in both education and health. Speech-language pathologists evaluate and treat speech, language, cognitive, voice, swallowing, fluency, and related disorders of communication. They may also work with individuals who are hearing impaired or those who have oral-motor problems that cause speech, eating, and swallowing difficulties resulting from neurological compromise. The minor prepares students for a graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology.


Speech Pathology Minor Requirements

Twenty-two (22) semester hours:
PSYC 3331 Child and Adolescent Development
SPCH 3300 Research Methods in Communication
BIOL 1421 Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology I
SPCH 1304 Introduction to Speech Disorders
SPCH 2303 Speech and Language Acquisition
SPCH 3310 Phonetics
SPCH 4310 Articulation Disorders