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|CSD 211 American Sign Language||3||CSD 344 Intro. Hearing and Speech Science||3|
|CSD 241 Language Development||3||CSD 410 Communication Systems & Disorders||3|
|CSD 342 Phonetics||3||CSD 443 Aural Rehabilitation||3|
|CSD 343 Anatomy & Physiology||3||CSD 445 Intro. Articulation and Phonology||3|
|CSD 345 Intro. Audiology||3||CSD 448 Language Disorders||3|
|CSD 439 Participatory Observation||1||Total Credits Spring||16|
|Total Credits Fall||16|
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) requires basic science coursework for post M.A. degree certification. The student’s existing bachelor’s degree should contain one course in biological science, one course in either physics or chemistry, one course in statistics and one course in behavioral and/or social science. You will need to contact Dr. Raymond Domenico, your faculty advisor, to discuss coursework that you may need.
Students may consider taking additional courses in communication sciences and disorders if their schedule allows.
The options are:
If you are interested in obtaining teacher certification at the master’s degree level for Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disability in New York State, your advisor will give you more details.
Some students may transfer in some credits if they have taken courses in communication disorders. If a certain number of credits is needed for financial aid purposes, the you will need to meet with a faculty advisor to discuss additional courses that can be added to your schedule.
If you would like more information about communication sciences and disorders at SUNY Plattsburgh please contact:
Patrick Coppens, Ph.D., Interim Chair
Office: Sibley Hall 222C
Phone: (518) 564-2173