Speech & Hearing Sciences | Survey of Communication Disorders
S110 | 3876 | Keough/d Eddins


This course is designed as an introduction to normal and disordered
communication and the professions of speech-language pathology and
audiology. In addition to a general overview of these professions, topics
include normal communication development and adult functions, cultural
differences, and a variety of speech, language, and hearing disorders with
an emphasis on the anatomical, physiological, behavioral, and social
aspects of those disorders.  General approaches to rehabilitation are also
discussed. Course materials included a current text, in-class video and
audio tapes, and a variety of computer-based and diagnostic
demonstrations.