SEQUENCE OF COURSES FOR CDIS
(Effective Summer 2013)

 

GRADUATE PROGRAM

 49 hour Master's:     -36 hours required coursework; 13 credits in practicum
                                  -400 clock hours practicum (325 graduate hours)
                                  -Pass the Comprehensive Examination in Speech-Language Pathology 
                                    (PRAXIS)
                                  -ASHA and OLLU practicum requirements

1ST Summer Semester (Optional)

CDIS 6242   Fluency Disorders
CDIS 6151   Selected Topics (varied classes available each semester)

 1st Fall Semester

CDIS 6365      Clinical Practicum:  Methods and Policies I
CDIS 6353      Neurogenic Language Disorders
CDIS 6356      Language Disorders in Preschool Children (Must be taken in first semester)
CDIS 7171      Advanced Assessment Procedures in CDIS I

 1st Spring Semester

CDIS 6366      Clinical Methods: Policies & Procedures II
CDIS 6357      Language Disorders in School-Aged Individuals
CDIS 7172      Advanced Assessment Procedures in CDIS II
CDIS 7312      Voice/Speech Disorders
CDIS 7335      Motor Speech Disorders

 Summer Sessions I & II

CDIS 6151      Selected Topics in Communication Disorders (Examples:  Advanced Articuation
                    Disorders, Cognitive Rehabilitation; PRAXIS; Pediatric Swallowing)*
CDIS 6242      Fluency Disorders (If not taken in previous summer)
CDIS 6354      Dysphagia

 2nd Fall Semester

CDIS 6258      Language in Discourse
CDIS 7213      Augmentative Communications
CDIS 7353      Research and Efficacy (Prerequisite: Statistics)
CDIS 6151      Selected Topics
CDIS 7377      Field Experience in Child Settings
                            OR
CDIS 7379      Field Experience in Adult Settings

 2nd Spring Semester

CDIS 8202      Communication Disorders in Different Cultures
CDIS 8340      Cleft Palate
CDIS 7379      Field Experience in Adult Settings
                            OR
CDIS 7377      Field Experience in Child Settings
CDIS 6167      Advanced Clinical Methods: Policies & Procedures

*Note:  Credits from the bilingual/bicultural certificate courses count towards the required two selected topics credits

© Copyright 2014, Our Lady of the Lake University, 411 S.W. 24th St., San Antonio, TX 78207 | Tele: 210-434-6711