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 Core Curriculum Requirements
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   Expand Nursing Course Descriptions (NSG)
   Expand Occupational Therapy Course Descriptions (OT)
   Expand Occupational Therapy Post-Professional Course Descriptions (OTD)
   Expand Organizational Management Course Descriptions (OM)
   Expand Philosophy Course Descriptions (PHL)
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       SLP 210 Introduction to Communication Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 220 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing, 3 credits
       SLP 230 Phonetics, 3 credits
       SLP 240 Normal Speech and Language Development, 3 credits
       SLP 250 Speech and Hearing Science, 3 credits
       SLP 260 Articulation, Phonology, and Language Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 300 SLP in the Schools, 2 credits
       SLP 305 Observation and Clinical Procedures I, 2 credits
       SLP 310/512 Methods and Critical Consumerism in Research, 3 credits
       SLP 325 Stuttering, Voice, and Cleft Palate, 3 credits
       SLP 330 Introduction to Audiology, 3 credits
       SLP 340 Communication Disorders and Aging, 2 credits
       SLP 350 Adult Communication Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 410 Aural Rehabilitation, 3 credits
       SLP 415 Observation and Clinical Procedures II, 2 credits
       SLP 450 Optional Clinic, 3 credits
       SLP 500 Articulation and Phonological Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 505 Clinic I (sec I-IV), 3 credits
       SLP 510 Fluency Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 515 Hearing Seminar, 1 credit
       SLP 525 Child Language Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 530 Vocal and Velopharyngeal Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 540 Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 3 credits
       SLP 545 Aphasia and Cognitive Communication Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 555 Diagnostic Clinic in Communication Disorders, 1 credit
       SLP 560 Differential Diagnosis in Communication Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 565 Speech-language Pathology Seminar I, 1 credit
       SLP 566 Speech-language Pathology Seminar II, 1 credit
       SLP 575 Motor Speech Disorders, 3 credits
       SLP 585 Speech-language Pathology Seminar III, 3 credits
       SLP 590 Dysphagia, 3 credits
       SLP 601 Summer Clinic I (sections I-IV), 3 credits
       SLP 602 Summer Clinic II (sections I-IV), 3 credits
       SLP 605 Clinic II (sec I-IV), 3 credits
       SLP 610 Fieldwork I, 9 credits
       SLP 620 Fieldwork II, 9 credits
       SLP 630 Fieldwork III, 6 credits
       SLP 650 Professional Issues, 3 credits
       SLP 680 Thesis Option, 3 credits
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