Indiana University
Speech and Hearing Sciences

S319/S519: Mathematical Foundations
of Speech and Hearing 
Spring, 2009

[General information | Weekly Schedule]

Last Updated: Jan. 25, 2009

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Instructor: Diane Kewley-Port, emergency email  kewley@indiana.edu
OFFICE HOURS: Wed. 3:30-4:30 C191, Thurs. 1:00-2:00 C191, Fri. After lab

Associate Instructor: Kristin Baar email kbaar@indiana.edu
OFFICE HOURS: Monday, 10:00-11:00 in C164 (SPHS computer cluster), Fri. after lab
Credit Hours:  3.0
Lecture
Class Monday  and Wednesday 2:30 PM - 3:20 PM   C141
Laboratory
There will laboratories every Friday, 12:20-1:10, in STC computer classroom, LI 503.

Course Description: S319/S519 is designed to help students develop a solid foundation in the mathematical concepts that underlie the speech and hearing sciences and to develop the ability to apply these concepts to solve practical and clinical problems. The course is an interactive, multimedia course using CD-ROM materials written expressly for this course. Four major topic areas focus on basic mathematics and span concepts that students typically encounter in upper-level SPHS courses. Each topic area will focus on a specific applied project as a means of mastering the topics. The course builds computer skills in using the internet and Excel. P: Math A118, M118, S118, M119, M120, or any 200-level mathematics course.

Kewley-Port Class Web Site: www.indiana.edu/~acoustic/