Program Learning Outcomes

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Communicative Disorders

Bachelor of Arts 

  1. Students identify the differences between normal and abnormal communication processes.
  2. Students integrate the theoretical concepts of communication processes and disorders in multiple environments. 
  3. Students describe the type of communication disorders encountered in various settings. 
  4. Students describe the components of a clinical assessment. 
  5. Students demonstrate how to plan and organize a treatment session. 
  6. Students can interpret a report that shows how to document treatment outcomes. 
  7. Students begin to locate and search for the experimental literature. 
  8. Students begin to integrate the experimental literature into clinical practice.

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Master of Science 

  1. The student is able to select, describe, and interpret clinical evaluation tools. 
  2. The student is able to select and modify therapy goals with various types of disorders of communication and swallowing. 
  3. The student is able to integrate the literature into assessment and treatment strategies. 
  4. The student practices professional and ethical behavior throughout the entire training program.

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Learning outcomes for all graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences

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