You are here

Courses

Speech-language-hearing sciences offers undergraduate courses in areas such as physics, biology, physiology, and neuroscience, as well as more specific courses in identifying communication disorders, treating those disorders, and rehabilitation. Our class sizes are small, so there is ample opportunity to interact and work with faculty.

Fall 2016 Courses

  • SLHS 1301V - Physics & Bio Honors (2 sections)
  • SLHS 1301W - The Physics and Biology of Spoken Language (5 sections)
  • SLHS 1302 - Rate Your World: Quantifying Judgments of Human Behavior (3 sections)
  • SLHS 1401 - Communication Differences and Disorders
  • SLHS 1402 - The Talking Brain
  • SLHS 3302 - Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanisms
  • SLHS 3303 - Language Acquisition and Science
  • SLHS 3305W - Speech Science
  • SLHS 3401 - Communication Differences and Disorders
  • SLHS 3555H - Honors Thesis (11 sections)
  • SLHS 3994 - Directed Research (11 sections)
  • SLHS 4301 - Introduction to the Neuroscience of Human Communication
  • SLHS 4402 - Assessment and Treatment in Speech-Language Pathology
  • SLHS 4801 - Hearing Measurement and Disorders
  • SLHS 5401 - Counseling and Professional Issues