Bachelor's and Post-Bachelor's Curricula (Downloadable Files)

 

Wayne State Unversity Undergraduate Bulletin Course Lists

 

Courses Offered in the CSD Major

 Foundation Coursework

Students must sucessfuly complete the foundation coursework before declaring a major in CSD and before they will be allowed to register for advanced coursework.

Course

Number

Course Title

Semesters Offered

Prerequisites

WSU*

MEC**

SLP 5080

Phonetics

Fall/Winter

Spring/Summer

--

SLP 5090

Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech Mechanism

Fall

Spring/Summer

--

SLP 5300

Introduction to Speech-Language Pathology

Fall

Winter/Spring/Summer

--

AUD 5400

Introduction to Audiology

Winter

Fall/Spring/Summer

--

SLP 5320

Normal Language Acquisition

Fall/Winter

Spring/Summer

--

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*WSU indicates courses offered on Wayne State's main downtown campus

**MEC indicates courses offered at the Macomb Education Center

Advanced Coursework

Departmental permission is required to register for the five advanced courses (SLP 5120, SLP 5310, SLP 6460, SLP 6480, AUD 5420). In order to be granted permission to register for advanced coursework, BA and Post Bachelor program students must have an overall undergraduate GPA of 2.75, cannot have earned more than one grade of C in the foundation courses, and must maintain a 3.0 GPA for courses in the major. In addition, students must have successfully completed all foundation coursework.

Course

Number

Course Title

Semesters Offered

Prerequisites

WSU*

MEC**

SLP 5120

Speech Science

Fall/Winter

Winter

5080; 5090

SLP 5310

Clinical Methods

Winter/Spring/Summer

Fall

5080; 5090; 5300; 5320

AUD 5420

Aural Rehabilitation

Spring/Summer

Winter

AUD 5400

SLP 6460

Language and Phonological Disorders

Winter

Fall

5080; 5300; 5320

SLP 6480

Organic Disorders

Winter

Fall

5090; 5300; 5320

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*WSU indicates courses offered on Wayne State's main downtown campus

**MEC indicates courses offered at the Macomb Education Center

 

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