The Minor in Aphasia is an 18-credit hour program. Its objective is to introduce students to the study of language breakdown in adult speakers, its assessment, and the basic concepts in language disorder treatment. The courses cover elementary brain structures and functions, general notions in communication disorders, and language representation and processing. The Practicum exposes the students to basic skills in clinical settings.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
Required Courses (18.00 hours)
|BIOL222||Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience||3.000|
|LNG460||Linguistic Theory and Aphasia||3.000|
|PSY314||Sensation and Perception||3.000|
|SPED222||Language & Communication Disorders||3.000|