Sequence of Graduate Courses

Following is the typical graduate course sequence.

Note: We continuously evaluate our curriculum. Courses and course sequences may vary slightly from that listed below.

YEAR 1

FALL

UNITS

EDSP 221

Research Seminar in Communicative Disorders

3

EDSP 251

Seminar in Phonological Disorders

3

EDSP 254

Seminar in Neurological Disorders

3

EDSP 259

Seminar in Language Disorders in Children

3

EDSP 276

Advance Practicum in Assessment

3

EDSP 277

Advance Practicum in Speech Pathology

3

EDAU 177*

Practicum in Audiology (If not previously taken)

3

TOTAL UNITS:

15/18

SPRING

UNITS

EDSP 222

School Age Language Literacy & Social Communication

3

EDSP 255

Seminar in Motor Speech Disorders

3

EDSP 260

Seminar in Dysphagia

3

EDSP 265

Seminar in Cognitive Disorders

3

EDSP 276

Advance Practicum in Assessment

3

EDSP 277

Advance Practicum in Speech Pathology

3

TOTAL UNITS:

15/18

SUMMER

UNITS

EDSP 264

Contemporary Professional Issues

3

EDSP 277

Advance Practicum in Assessment/Speech Pathology

3

 

TOTAL UNITS:

6

YEAR 2

FALL

UNITS

EDSP 258

Seminar in Fluency

3

EDSP 262

Speech and Language in a Cross-Cultural Society

3

EDSP 269/278

Clinical Management and Practicum/Field Experience in Public Schools: Speech Pathology & Audiology

6

TOTAL UNITS:

12/15

SPRING

UNITS

EDSP 250

Seminar in Voice

3

EDSP 273

Aural Rehabilitation (if not previously taken)

3

EDSP 269/278

Clinical Management and Practicum/Field Experience in Public Schools: Speech Pathology & Audiology

6

EDSP 288

Seminar in AAC and Communication Disorders

3

TOTAL UNITS:

12/15

 

** Students electing to complete a thesis will enroll in thesis for three credits during Fall semester of the second year. The thesis does not count toward the MS degree/graduation requirements.

Students must also successfully complete the comprehensive examination (“comps”) during their last semester (Spring of the second year).