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Curriculum

Curriculum

The curriculum includes liberal studies courses, anatomy and physiology of the speech and hearing mechanisms, development of speech language skills, and communication sciences and disorders. Students also have an practicum in audiology and participate in a capstone presentation.

Required Courses

  • CSCD 191 - 1 Credit
    First Year Seminar

  • ENGL 101 - 3 Credits
    Introduction to Composition and Rhetoric

  • ENGL 102 - 3 Credits
    Composition, Rhetoric and Research

  • Select one of the following - For 4 Credits
    • BIOL 101 & 103 - 4 Credits
      General Biology & Lab
    • BIOL 102 & 104 - 4 Credits
      General Biology & Lab
    • BIOL 115 & 116 - 4 Credits
      Principals of Biology & Lab

  • Select one of the following - For 3 Credits
    • Math 124 or higher - 3 Credits (prerequisite for STAT 211 & ECON 225)
      Algebra with Applications
    • STAT 211 - 3 Credits
      Elementary Statistical Inference
    • ECON 225 - 3 Credits
      Elementary Business and Economics Statistics
    • PSYCH 101 - 3 Credits
      Introduction to Psychology 
    • CS 101 - 4 Credits
      Introduction to Computer Applications
    • WVUE 270 - 3 Credits
      Effective Public Speaking

  • Select one of the following - For 3 Credits
  • PHYS 101 OR 102 - 8 Credits
    Introductory Physics & Lab
  • PHYS 105 - 4 Credits
    Conceptual Physics
  • PHYS 111 OR 112 - 8 Credits
    General Physics & Lab
  • CHEM 111 OR 112 - 8 Credits
    Survey of Chemistry 1 & 2 with Lab
  • CHEM 115 OR 116 - 8 Credits
    Fundamentals of Chemistry 1 & 2 with Lab
  • CHEM 117 OR 118 - 8 Credits
    Principles of Chemistry 1 & 2 with Lab