SLP 602 Summer Clinic II (sections I-IV), 3 credits
This is an in-house or off-campus practicum assignment for students in the senior year of study. The course is offered in the summer semester and is typically taken after the student has completed SLP 505, SLP 605, or SLP 601. The student will receive hands-on clinical experience in the assessment and remediation of communication disorders in persons with a variety of speech, language, and hearing impairments. This practicum is intended to supplement what students learn in academic coursework and will be accomplished under the supervision of a faculty member, clinical staff, or a licensed speech-language pathologist who holds the certificate of clinical competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.