Program Learning Outcomes
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Bachelor of Arts
- Integrate content areas in communication sciences and disorders, as they apply to infants through adults (i.e., across the lifespan).
- Demonstrate the ability to listen, speak, read, and write about communication sciences to describe and explain concepts in the field.
- Apply scientific and theoretical reasoning to critically evaluate resources related to the field (e.g., peer-reviewed or not; evidence-based practice or not).
- Explain variability in human communication in the context of biological, cultural, and linguistic diversity.
Master of Science
Students administer and apply standardized and non-standardized evaluation and treatment tools according to professional standard of conduct and the ASHA Code of Ethics.
Students select and justify the appropriate evaluation and treatment tool based on an evidenced-based practice model.
Students interpret evaluation and treatment results, make appropriate adjustments, and convey the information accurately to others.
Learning outcomes for all graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences