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Three-Year Leveling Track
Students who have not earned an undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders are encouraged to apply directly to the graduate program. Upon acceptance, students will complete 28 credit hours of supporting undergraduate coursework (listed below) during the first year of study. Students accepted into the three-year track have graduate student status and must follow the College of Graduate Studies and Research policies in order to remain in good standing.
After completion of prerequisite coursework, "levelers" will transition into their graduate course sequence for either the Master of Science track or the Master of Arts track. Please refer to the Master of Science or Master of Arts program webpages for additional information.
Required Prerequisite Courses - 28 Credit Hours
|Required Courses||Credit Hours|
|COSD 301. Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech, Language, and Hearing Mechanism
|COSD 323. Speech Science
|COSD 330. Introduction to Audiology
|COSD 421. Language Development: Birth to Five Years
|COSD 425. Later Language Development
|COSD 438. Phonetics
|COSD 454. Speech-Language Disorders: Prevention and Assessment
|COSD 455. Speech-Language Disorders: Intervention Methods and Application
|COSD 459. Introduction to Articulation and Phonology
Official undergraduate transcripts and syllabi must be submitted for review to determine course deficiencies. Programs of study may vary depending on individual prerequisite deficiencies as determined by the graduate program coordinator and COSD faculty as appropriate.