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MN in Communicative Disorders, Minor Courses Offered The Field of Communicative Sciences and Deaf Studies Audiology, speech-language pathology, deaf education and interpreting are concerned with many issues related to speech, hearing, and language.
Professionals in these fields are devoted to providing diagnostic, rehabilitative, and educational services to children and adults with communicative challenges. Bachelor of Arts The Bachelor of Arts degree in Communicative Disorders provides the students with a liberal arts foundation integrated with courses designed to provide a basic understanding of speech, language, and hearing development and communicative problems.
Students pursuing deaf studies have two options: Students majoring in deaf education and speech-language pathology can continue their options in our graduate program. Two professional option areas are available to the student: Our deaf education program gives you a broad background in bilingual-bicultural education, total communication, and cued speech philosophies along with speech, language, auditory training, deaf culture, and American Sign Language.
This program includes all of the essential elements of a good education for deaf and hard-of-hearing children.
Our speech and language pathology program provides you with a broad professional background in normal speech and language development, language disorders, swallowing disorders, voice disorders, articulation disorders, and fluency disorders.
Certificate in Conversational American Sign Language A program of study leading to a Certificate in Conversational American Sign Language has become popular to many students pursuing professional fields and other majors on campus. The demand for health and human services professionals who can communicate effectively with deaf and hard-of-hearing children, youth, and adults has made sign language skills necessary.
Communicative Disorders Minor A Minor in Communicative Disorders is also available for students in various education and health professions nursing, health science, physical therapy, counseling, elementary and secondary education, special education, child development, linguistics, criminology, etc.
Facilities As a student, you are given the opportunity to work in a well-equipped speech and hearing clinic. You can also gain practical experience in a variety of school, private practice, and hospital settings.
Library facilities contain specialized collections including student access to local medical libraries. In the Anna Michelson Memorial Instructional Media Center, you have access to a wide range of therapy production materials such as films, video, clinical equipment, and professional journals.
University Speech and Hearing Clinic The department operates an ongoing clinic that provides diagnostic, therapeutic, and counseling services to clients of all ages with a variety of different communication problems or disorders. The clinic provides supervised clinical practice for students who are preparing to be professional speech-language pathologists and educators of deaf and hard-of-hearing children.
As a valuable community resource, the clinic serves thousands of clients each year from the Fresno metropolitan area. In order to be considered for admission to the graduate program, the applicant needs to submit the following: Consideration for admission may include but will not be limited to the following: Applicants who have specific deficiencies or need coursework may be accepted with conditionally classified status.
Students must apply to the department for fully classified graduate standing as soon as any conditions of acceptance have been met. Admission Procedures To apply for graduate study in the Department of CSDS, you need to apply to the university and to the department by completing the following two 2 steps.
Our deadlines for application may differ from those published by the University; contact the department office at Apply to the University a. Submit your application online via CSU Mentor. Submit one copy of official transcript to the university. Information about submitting your transcripts to the university can be found on the Transcripts Requirement page.
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A Lesson on Cued Speech Who? What? Where? Originally created () to help raise literacy of deaf individuals Nowadays, Cued Speech is also used with hearing individuals who have speech, language, and/or auditory processing problems.