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Spring 2021 Update [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Communication Disorders, B.S.


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NY State Program Code: 04127
HEGIS Code: 1220.00
CIP Code: 51.0204

(120 Credits)

Susan H. Lederer, PhD, CCC-SLP, Coordinator
Hy Weinberg Center - Room 123
P: (516) 877-4781
F: (516) 877-4783
E: lederer@adelphi.edu

Students majoring in Communication Disorders must complete 48 credits in speech and 19-20 additional credits in interdepartmental requirements. University-wide General Education requirements  must also be met.

Related Electives


Students must take 2 related electives by advisement
  (Choose 6 credits)

 

TSSLD Certification


Students interested in academic course work leading to certification as a Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) can elect to enroll in the following courses:

Bilingual Extension Certification


For seniors fluent in a language other than English, graduate courses in bilingual education leading to the Bilingual Extension to the TSSLD can be taken with adviser approval. Clinical practicum in a school setting is provided at the graduate level only.

Semester Sequence


Degree: B.S.
Required GPA: 3.0
Credits Required for Major: 67-68
Credits Required to Graduate: 120

 
Requirements
Course Credits Freshmen Sophomore Junior Senior
    Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring
SPE (0876) 100 The Speech-Language and Hearing Professions 3 or ✓            
BIO (0105) 203 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
or
BIO (0105) 204 Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4
or ✓            
SPE (0876) 109 Interpersonal Communications
3
             
SPE (0876) 142 Phonetics  3              
SPE (0876) 144 Development of Speech and Language  3   or ✓          
Physical Science Elective (Chemistry or Physics only)
PHY 0156-119 How Things Work 
or
PHY 0156-123 Basic Science Behind The Headlines 
or
CHE 0106-111 General Chemistry or equivalent
or
PHY 0156-111 College Physics I or equivalent
3-4              
SPE (0876) 140 Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech Mechanism  3              
LIN (0142) 103 Descriptive and Historical Linguistics  3              
PIA (0501) 101 General Psychology  3              

EST (0836) 221 Child Development
or
EST (0836) 222 Adolescent Development 




3
     


       
MTH (0144) 113 Survey of Statistics
or
PIA (0501) 137 Psychological Statistics (4 credits) 

3-4
     
       
EST (0836) 304 Community, School and Society (Optional/TSSLD) 3              
SPE (0876) 201 Scientific and Professional Writing in CSD  3              
SPE (0876) 138 Sound & Auditory Mechanism
or
SPE (0876) 210 Speech and Hearing Science
3         or ✓    
SPE (0867) 354 Communication Disorders in Children 3         or ✓    
SPE (0876) 352 Clinical Audiology  3              
EST (0836) 305 The Child with Special Needs (Optional / TSSLD) 3              
SPE (0876) 355 Introduction to the Clinical Process  3              
SPE (0876) 353 Audiologic Rehabilitation  3              
SPE (0876) 357 Clinical Practice in Audiology 1              
SPE (0876) 356 Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology 2              
SPE (0876) 400 Current Issues in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology 3              
SPE (0876) 410 Survey of Acquired Neurogenic Disorders 3              
HED (0834) Health Prep for Teachers 1              
EDU (0801) 697 DASA Bully Prevention Workshop (Optional/ TSSLD)                

 

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