Communication Sciences and Disorders Degree Requirements (MS)

Degree Requirements

A minimum of 30 academic units and 15 clinical units (45 total) and a portfolio are required.

Communication Sciences and Disorders (M.S.)

Required if Not Taken as Undergraduate

Select 0-12 units if not taken as undergraduate:0-12
COMDIS 371INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL PRACTICUM IN COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS3
COMDIS 626NEURAL BASES OF SPEECH AND LANGUAGE3
COMDIS 682AUDIOMETRY3
COMDIS 683AUGMENTATIVE AND ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION1
COMDIS 684AURAL REHABILITATION2

Required Courses - 30 units

COMDIS 701INTRODUCTION TO GRADUATE STUDIES IN CSD3
COMDIS 677DISORDERS OF SPEECH PRODUCTION3
COMDIS 585FLUENCY DISORDERS3
COMDIS 710PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS3
COMDIS 711MOTOR SPEECH DISORDERS3
COMDIS 713LANGUAGE LEARNING DISORDERS IN SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN3
COMDIS 720VOICE DISORDERS3
COMDIS 722LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE DISORDERS IN ADULTS3
COMDIS 730SWALLOWING AND DYSPHAGIA3
COMDIS 764SPEECH AND LANGUAGE DISORDERS IN YOUNG CHILDREN3
Total Units30

Practicum Requirements

Select from:
COMDIS 660PRACTICUM IN COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS (15 units required, repeatable)15
Select from:
Elective 0-6 units
COMDIS 793PRACTICUM: FIELD EXTERNSHIP0-6
Total Units15-21

DPI Licensure - All DPI requirements will be met.

Note: Contact Program Coordinator for more information regarding licensure and CAA Accreditation Requirements. Licensure information is provided for information only. Licensure requirements and accreditation are not checked by the Graduate Audit System.