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M.S. Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program Course Sequence – Campus (24 Months)

 

Download M.S. Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program Course Sequence – Campus (24 Months)
First Year - Fall Semester
6602   Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language 
6602L  Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language Lab
6620 Early Language Development & Disorders 3
6622 Speech Sound Disorders 3
6639  Neurogenic Disorders of Language & Cognition 
  Total Credits 11
First Year - Spring Semester
5517 I.E.T. (if needed) 1
6600 Principles of Research in Communication Disorders 3
6602 Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language 2
6602L Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language Lab 0
6614 School Age Language Development & Disorders 3
6624 Disorders of Swallowing 3
  Total Credits 11-12
First Year – Summer Semester
6602 Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language/Off-Campus Practicum  2
6602L Clinical Practicum:  Speech-Language Lab 0
6648 Professional Issues: Speech-Language Pathology  3
  Total Credits 5
Second Year - Fall Semester
6602 Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language/Off-Campus Practicum 3
6602L Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language Lab 0
6625 Advanced Issues in Language Disorders  3
6629  Neuropathologies of Speech 3
6630 Fluency Disorders in Children and Adults 3
6634 Voice Disorders 2
  Total Credits  14
Second Year - Spring Semester
6602 Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language/Off-Campus Practicum 3
6602L Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language Lab 0
6616 Augmentative & Alternative Communication  3
6632 Craniofacial Anomalies 2
6636 Medical/School Practice in Speech-Language Pathology  3*
6651 Master's Paper  3*
6691 ST: Listening Spoken Language SLP 3*
  Total Credits 11
Second Year - Summer Semester
6606 Externship in Speech-Language Pathology 8
  Total Credits  8
  Program Total: 60-64*
  Note: Non-Thesis students must take 3 elective credits   
*THESIS students must take 6 credits of CSD 6650. Once registered for thesis, students must register for thesis each semester until graduation. Consult with your advisor before registering. 

 

Course Number Credits Course Title
CSD 5517  1 I.E.T. (if needed)
CSD 6600 3 Principles of Research in Communication Disorders
CSD 6602/6604 12 Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language/Off-Campus Practicum
CSD 6602L 0 Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language Lab
CSD 6606 8 Externship in Speech-Language Pathology
CSD 6614 3 School Age Language Development and Disorders
CSD 6616 3 Augmentative & Alternative Communication
CSD 6620 3 Early Language Development and Disorders
CSD 6622 3 Speech Sound Disorders
CSD 6624 3 Disorders of Swallowing
CSD 6625 3 Advanced Issues in Language Disorders
CSD 6629 3 Neuropathologies of Speech
CSD 6630 3 Fluency Disorders in Children and Adults
CSD 6632 2 Craniofacial Anomalies
CSD 6634 2 Voice Disorders
CSD 6639 3 Neurogenic Disorders of Language & Cognition
CSD 6648 3 Professional Issues: Speech-Language Pathology
  sub-total: 57-58  
    Non-Thesis Option Only:
CSD 6691 3 ST: Listening Spoken Language SLP
  Total: 60-61  
    Thesis Option Only:
CSD 6650 6 Thesis
  Total: 63-64 (Not required to take CSD 6691 ST: Listening Spoken Language SLP)

 

Note:  The following courses or their equivalents are the prerequisites for entry to the SLP graduate program. Students must have the following ISU courses or course equivalents from another institution or provide evidence from course syllabi that the basic information (content) has been covered in their undergraduate program. If any deficiencies are found, such as lack of a basic course, the student may be required to make up the course. An advisor must be consulted during registration week.

 

CSD 3315 3 Clinical Processes: Pediatric
CSD 3321/3321L 4 Clinical Phonetics and Phonology and Lab
CSD 3325 3 Speech Sound Development and Disorders
CSD 3330 3 Language Science and Development
CSD 3335 3 Language Disorders
CSD 3341 3 Audiometry and Hearing Science
CSD 4405 3 Neuroscience for Communication Disorders
CSD 4417 1 Interdisciplinary Evaluation Team
CSD 4420 3 Clinical Processes: Adult
CSD 4435/4435L 4 Speech and Hearing Science and Lab
CSD 4445 3 Aural Rehabilitation
CSD 4460 3 Educational Audiology
CSD 4425  3 SLP Methods and Applications (recommended, not required)

 

**At least one course in each of the following is required:

  • Biological Sciences (at least a 100-level university course with a content area related to human or animal sciences: includes biology, human anatomy and physiology, neuroanatomy and neurophysiology, human genetics, and veterinary science. Must be from a Biology department.)
  • Physical Sciences (at least a 100-level university course, includes physics (recommended) and chemistry)
  • Mathematics – Statistics or Experimental Design (college-level course; topics should include descriptive statistics, probability, inferential, correlation, regression, measures of central tendency, t-tests, and Analysis of Variance; the course may be under Math, Statistics, Psychology, or Business as long as it meets the above criteria) If your statistics course is older than 10 years, it is highly recommended you retake it.
  • Social/Behavioral Sciences (preferably psychology, can include sociology and anthropology)

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