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Undergraduate Course Rotations

 

    Semester Pre-Req FA
FA
FA
FA
SP
SP
SP
SP
SU
  Location 
Online
Online
Online
Campus
Online
Online
Online
Campus
Online
  Duration (weeks)  
1st 8
2nd 8
16
16
1st 8
2nd 8
16
16
8
                         
SIGN1110 ASL I 
 
 
 
X
 
 
 
X
 
SIGN 1120ASL II                X  
CDIS300 S-L-H Anatomy-Physiology                           
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
 
X
CDIS301 Survey of CDIS   
X
X
   
X
X
  X
CDIS303Language Science  X X
X
  X X
X
X
X
CDIS310Phonetics/Phonology  X
X
X
X
X
X
X
 
X
CDIS311 Articulation/Phonological Disorders310
X
X
X
 
X
X
X
X
X
CDIS320 Issues in Disability 
 
 
X
 
 
 
X
 
X
CDIS323Multicultural Issues in CDIS   
X
      
CDIS324Literacy Development and Disorders        
X
  
CDIS330Speech and Language Development 
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
 
X
CDIS332 Language Disorders330
X
X
X
 
X
X
X
X
X
CDIS342 Basic Audiology300
X
X
X
 
X
X
X
X
X
CDIS350Survey of Autism and AAC        X  
CDIS353Survey of Voice and Fluency300          X
CDIS400 Speech and Hearing Science300
310
X
X
X
 
X
X
X
X
X
CDIS421 Neuroscience of Communication 
 
 
X
 
 
 
X
X
X
CDIS433 Medical Concepts for CDIS 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
X
CDIS434 Aural Rehabilitation 
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
 
X
CDIS441 Preclinical Observation
Must be concurrently enrolled in 441 Lab
311
332
 
X
X
 
 
X
X
 
X
CDIS441LPreclinical Observation
Must be concurrently enrolled in 441
311
332
  X X   X X  X
CDIS442Telepractice        X  
CDIS445 Speech-Language PracticumIC
 
 
 
X
 
 
 
X
 
CDIS446 Audiology PracticumIC
 
 
 
X
 
 
 
X
 
CDIS454 Speech-Language Assessment311
332
 
 
X
X
 
 
X
 
X
CDIS455Research and Evidence Based Practice   
X
 
    X  
X
CDIS473Survey of Swallowing, Motor Speech, and Aphasia421         X
CDIS478Professional Writing in CDIS    X    X  
CDIS480Case Studies in CDIS454   X X     
CDIS488Seminar in SLP        X X 

  IC = Instructor Consent

 

Suggested Course of Study

The CDIS Program has multiple options available for matriculation.  A few are listed below.  Some courses have prerequisites so please note those.  Students are referred to their catalog of record for General Education and credit hour requirements for the Bachelor's degree or 2nd Bachelor's degree. 

Students may complete the CDIS course sequence in a single year, but only by attending full-time.

Some of our students in CDIS choose to attend the university on a part-time basis. Degree seeking individuals interested in this type of matriculation should contact their advisor to determine an individual course of study that best suits their needs. Non-degree seeking graduate students may follow the applicable chart below to exercise this option.

 

Graduate, CDIS Leveling Student and 2nd Bachelor's: Full-Time, 1 year completion

Online Courses (Predominantly 8 week classes): An option for students who want to attend full-time and who are not working

Full-Time Students
Summer
Fall
Spring
Summer

First Year of Study


CDIS 301 (8 week)
CDIS 421 (8 week)
 


CDIS 300 (16 week)
CDIS 330 (1st 8 week)
CDIS 310 (1st 8 week)
CDIS 311 (2nd 8 week)
CDIS 332 (2nd 8 week)

CDIS 303 (1st 8 week)
CDIS 342 (1st 8 week)
CDIS 400 (2nd 8 week)
CDIS 434 (2nd 8 week)

CDIS 441 (8 week)
CDIS 441 Lab (8 week)
CDIS 454 (8 week)

 

Graduate, CDIS Leveling Student and 2nd Bachelor's: Full-Time, 1 year completion

Online Courses (Predominantly 16 week classes): An option for students who want to attend full-time and who are not working

Full-Time Students
Summer
Fall
Spring
Summer

First Year of Study



CDIS 301 (8 week)
CDIS 303 (8 week)

 

CDIS 300 (16 week)
CDIS 310 (16 week)
CDIS 330 (16 week)
CDIS 421 (16 week)


CDIS 311 (16 week)
CDIS 332 (16 week)
CDIS 342 (16 week)
CDIS 400 (16 week)
CDIS 434 (16 week)


CDIS 441 (8 week)
CDIS 441 Lab (8 week)
CDIS 454 (8 week)

 

 

Graduate, CDIS Leveling Student and 2nd Bachelor's: Part-Time, 2 year completion

Online Courses: Suggested for graduate students who are employed 10-20 hours/week

Part-Time Students
Summer
Fall
Spring

First Year of Study

CDIS 301


CDIS 300
CDIS 310


CDIS 342
CDIS 311

Second Year of Study

CDIS 421
CDIS 434


CDIS 303
CDIS 330


CDIS 400
CDIS 332

Last Year of Study


CDIS 454
CDIS 441
CDIS 441 Lab

CDIS Courses CompletedCDIS Courses Completed

 

Graduate, CDIS Leveling Student and 2nd Bachelor's: Part-Time, 3 year completion

Online Courses: Suggested for graduate students who are employed 20+ hours/week

Part-Time Students
Summer
Fall
Spring

First Year of Study

CDIS 301CDIS 300CDIS 342
CDIS 303

Second Year of Study

CDIS 421

CDIS 310
CDIS 330

CDIS 311
CDIS 332

Last Year of Study

CDIS 400

CDIS 434
CDIS 454


CDIS 441
CDIS 441 Lab
 

 

Graduate Course Rotations and Suggested Course of Study

 

Students seeking a suggested course of study should consult with their advisor. COS templates can be found under Program Documents and Forms from the CDIS webpages.

 

Graduate Course Rotations

 

# Semester
Summer
Fall
Spring
500 Research Methods in Communicative Disorders
 
X
 
501 Practicum I
X
X
X
502 Practicum II
X
X
X
503 Practicum III
X
X
X
504 Fundamentals of Clinical Practice
 
X
X
505 Practicum IV
X
X
X
511 Articulation/Phonological Disorders
X
 
 
512Voice Disorders
 
X
 
516Language Assessment
 
 
X
517Language Intervention
 
X
 
525Fluency Disorders
 
 
X
526Neurogenic Speech Disorders
 
X
 
527Craniofacial Anomalies
 
X
 
528Dysphagia
 
 
X
528L  Dysphagia Lab  X
529Neurogenic Language Disorders
 
X
 
540Oral Motor Disorders
X
 
 
550Augmentative and Alternative Communication
 
 
X
554Current Trends and Professional Issues in Communicative Disorders
 
 

X

557Clinical Application of Research
 
 
X
560Analytical Approaches to Clinical Research
 
X
 
573Clinical Research Colloquium
 
 
X
578Professional Writing in Speech-Language Pathology XX
589Internship in Speech-Language Pathology
X
X
X
590Graduate Seminar
 
X
X
599Master's Thesis
X
X
X

 


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