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Communication Disorders Department Undergraduate Courses

cmd program requirements:

Core Curriculum:

Departmental permission is required for enrollment in all CMD courses.

CMD 200 - Introduction to Developmental Communication Disorders
CMD 201 - Introduction to Communication Disorders in Medical Settings
CMD 203 - Phonetics and Phonological Systems
CMD 317 - Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech Mechanism
CMD 319 - Language Development:  Ages Birth to Five
CMD 320 - Introduction to Hearing Science
CMD 321 - Introduction to Audiology
CMD 418 - Neurological Bases of Communication
CMD 419 - Language Acquisition: School Age-Adolescence
CMD 420 - Speech Science
CMD 461 - Clinical Practice of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Additionally, students must complete a minimum of 25 observation hours of practicing speech-language pathologists and audiologists.

Additional required coursework (These requirements may be satisfied by courses in the LEP or as electives.):

MAT 107 - Elementary Statistics

One course in Chemistry or Physics

One course in a Biological Science with content area related to human or animal science.  General biology (among other courses) is appropriate to fulfill this requirement.  Botany is not acceptable.

Two courses in the social/behavioral sciences in psychology, sociology, anthropology, or public health

For an updated list of acceptable courses, please utilize the current Online Degree Evaluation for CMD and/or consult with the CMD Undergraduate Adviser.

Recommended coursework (Although not required for graduation, the following courses are recommended; any applicable pre-requisites for these courses must be met.):

One course in any of the following:  SED 481, 482, 225

Two courses in any of the following:  PSY 210, PSY 215, PSY 311, PSY 313, PSY 370, PSY 371
EDU 200, EDU 301, EDU 309, EDU 311, EDU 312, EDU 314, EDU 318
SED 325, SED 375