Graduate plan of study: early oral intervention

PREREQUISITIES

 CD 451 (3 hrs): Infant Development (or Child Development)
SHS 201 (3 hrs): Phonetics
SHS 221 (3 hrs): Introduction to Audiology
SHS 301 (3 hrs): Language and Speech Development
SHS 302 (3 hrs): Anatomy & Physiology of Hearing Mechanism*
SHS 303 (3 hrs): Anatomy & Physiology of Speech Mechanism*

*(May be taken as a single combined course)

(Complete prerequisites before entering the program)

SUMMER SEMESTER I- 7 hours

Orientation (3 days)
ADE 601 (3 hrs): Foundations in Adult Education
SHS 601 (3 hrs): Designs in Research for Speech and Hearing
SHS 692 (1 hr  ): Special Problems (Orientation to Deafness and Deaf Education)

FALL SEMESTER- 13 hours

SHS 610 (1 hr  ): Special Topics in Hearing Technology for Young Children
SHS 626 (3 hrs): Audiological Assessment and Management of Infants and Young Children
SHS 629 (3 hrs): Auditory-Verbal Development and Practice
SHS 637 (3 hrs): Advanced Clinical Practicum I
SHS 649 (1 hr  ): Speech Perception and Production
SHS 691 (2 hrs): Implementing a Family-Centered Early Oral Intervention Program

SPRING SEMESTER- 13 hours

SHS 611 (1 hr  ): Special Topics in working with Young Children with Hearing Loss and their Families
SHS 638 (3 hrs): Advanced Clinical Practicum II (Conduct Research)
SHS 651 (3 hrs): Assessment and Development of Listening, Speech and Spoken Language
SHS 653 (3 hrs): Language Development with Infants and Young Children with Hearing Loss
SHS 655 (3 hrs): Pre-academic Readiness/Early Literacy

SUMMER SEMESTER II- 10 hours

 CD 628 (3 hrs): Assessment Procedures for Young Children with Disabilities
SHS 639 (3 hrs): Advanced Clinical Practicum III
SHS 657 (3 hrs): Teaching Oral Deaf/HH Children with Multiple Challenges
SHS 720 (1 hr  ): Research Applications

Total: 43 hrs
Masters Degree courses displayed by semester
Early Oral Intervention for Children Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing