Jun 15, 2024  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
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CSD 481 - CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS


College of Health Sciences

Credit(s): 3

The general purpose or this course is to provide a competency-based experience in the clinical laboratory designed to orient the student to the professional activities in speech-language pathology. Clinical observations and shadowing, readings, in-class activities, and independent projects will focus on reflective decision making in professional activities. These topics will include professional ethics, client rights, scope of practice, preferred practice patterns, health/safety, liability/legal issues, professional organizations, credentialing, multicultural issues, and treatment outcomes. This course helps meet the required ASHA coursework standards in the areas of professional coursework in Speech-Language Pathology, and clinical observation.

Prereq: CSD 402  or consent of instructor; CODI majors only.



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