AUD 568 - Introductory Speech-Language Practicum (Preschool, K-12, Adult)
Semester Hours: 1 s.h.
Fall, Spring, Summer
Supervised practicum at the Hofstra Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. Students administer evaluations and provide treatment to individuals at different developmental levels from culturally and linguistically diverse populations. In order to meet the requirements of this practicum, students must be available at least 100 hours/semester. A weekly seminar focuses on professional issues-ethical and legal issues, theories, and applications of method for diagnosis, clinical and education intervention (e.g., ethical and legal issues, history, data collection and interpretation, and outcomes) and various disorders (e.g., language, phonologic, fluency, neurologic, and literacy deficits).
Prerequisites & Course Notes
For students in the master’s program in speech-language pathology. 25 hours of observation, and undergraduate major in communication disorders or SPCH 209 and three graduate semester hours in speech disorders and three graduate semester hours in language disorders. Must be taken concurrently with SPCH 229. For students in the Au.D. program: 25 hours of observation, and undergraduate major in communication disorders or equivalent prerequisite course work. Same as SPCH 228.
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