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SLP Knowledge & Skills within the Curriculum

Courses offered as part of the Speech Language Pathology program will equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to be successful in a professional environment.

3.1.1B Professional Practice Competencies

3.1.1B Professional Practice Competencies
Relevant Skills & Knowledge

Academic Course

Clinical Course

Practicum Experience

Research

 

Other

 

Accountability

SLP 575, 678

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

N/A

N/A

Integrity

SLP 575, 678

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

N/A

N/A

Effective Communication Skills

SLP 661, 662, 663, 665

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

SLP 696

SLP 695

Clinical Reasoning

SLP 661, 662, 663, 665, 666, 667, 668, 672, 676

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

N/A

N/A

Evidence-Based Practice

SLP 661, 662, 663, 665, 666, 667, 668, 672, 676, 696

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

SLP 696

SLP 695

Concern for Individual Served

SLP 661, 662, 663, 665, 666, 667, 668, 672, 676

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

N/A

N/A

Cultural Competence

SLP 575, 665, 663, 667, 678

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

N/A

N/A

Professional Duty

SLP 575, 678

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

N/A

N/A

Collaborative Practice

SLP 575, 678

N/A

SLP 670, 686A

N/A

N/A

3.1.2B Foundations of Speech-Language Pathology Practice

3.1.2B Foundations of Speech-Language Pathology Practice

Relevant Skills & Knowledge

Academic Course

Clinical Course

Practicum Experience

Discipline of human communication sciences and disorders

SLP 261, 329, 330

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

Basic human communication and swallowing processes, including the appropriate biological, neurological, acoustic, psychological, developmental, and linguistic and cultural bases

Biological SLP 261, 373

Neurological SLP 261, 373, 466,481B, 661, 665, 666, 668, 672, 676

Acoustic SLP 330, 476, 676

Psychological SLP 329, 460,464,481B, 661, 662, 663,665, 667

Developmental SLP 329, 373, 440, 456, 460, 477, 662, 663, 667, 672

Linguistic SLP 271, 329

Cultural SLP 460

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

Ability to integrate information pertaining to normal and abnormal human development across the life span

SLP 456, 466, 476, 477, 481A, 481B, 661, 662, 663, 665, 666, 667, 668, 672, 676

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

Nature of Communications and Swallowing Process

Nature of Communications and Swallowing Process

Articulation

SLP 456, 466, 663, 666

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

Fluency

SLP 466, 666

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

Voice and resonance, including respiration and phonation

SLP 476, 676

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

Receptive and expressive language in speaking, listening, reading, writing, and manual modalities

SLP 481A, 481B, 483, 485, 661, 662, 663, 665, 667

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

Hearing, including the impact on speech and language

SLP 373, 440, 663

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

Swallowing

SLP 477, 668

N/A

SLP 670

Cognitive aspects of communication

SLP 661

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670,  686A

Social aspects of communication

SLP 464, 481A, 481B, 485, 661, 667

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

Augmentative and alternative communication

SLP 472, 672

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, SLP 686A

3.1.3B Identifications and Prevention of Speech, Language & Swallowing Disorders and Differences

3.1.3B Identification and Prevention of Speech, Language and Swallowing Disorders and Differences

Relevant Skills & Knowledge

Academic Course

Clinical Course

Practicum Experience

Principles and methods of identification of communication and swallowing disorders and differences

Articulation SLP 456, 466, 663, 666

Fluency SLP 466, 666

Voice/resonance SLP 476, 676

Receptive and expressive language SLP 481A, 481B, 483, 485, 661, 662, 663, 665, 667

Hearing SLP 373, 440

Swallowing SLP 477, 668

Cognitive aspects of communication SLP 661

Social aspects of communication  SLP 464, 481A, 481B, 485, 661, 667

 SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Principles and methods of prevention of communication and swallowing disorders

SLP 661, 662, 663, 665, 666, 667, 668, 676

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

3.1.4B Evaluation of Speech, Language and Swallowing Disorders and Differences

3.1.4B Evaluation of Speech, Language and Swallowing Disorders and Differences

Relevant Skills & Knowledge

Academic Course

Clinical Course

Practicum Experience

Articulation

SLP 663, 666

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Fluency

SLP 666

 SLP 669 A, J

SLP 686A

Voice and resonance, including respiration and phonation

SLP 676

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670

Receptive and expressive language in speaking, listening, reading, writing, and manual modalities

SLP 662, 663, 665, 667

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Hearing, including the impact on speech and language

SLP 440, 663

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Swallowing

SLP 668

N/A

SLP 670

Cognitive aspects of communication

SLP 661

SLP 669 J

SLP 670

Social aspects of communication

SLP 661, 667

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Augmentative and alternative communication needs

SLP 672

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

3.1.5B Intervention to Minimize the Effects of Changes in Speech, Language and Swallowing Mechanisms

3.1.5B Intervention to Minimize the Effects of Changes in the Speech, Language and Swallowing Mechanisms

Relevant Skills & Knowledge

Academic Course

Clinical Course

Practicum Experience

Intervention for communication and swallowing differences with individuals across the lifespan

SLP 661, 662, 663, 665, 666, 667, 668, 672, 676

SLP 669 A, J (no swallowing)

SLP 670, 686A

Intervention for disorders and differences of the following:

Articulation

SLP 663

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Fluency

SLP 666

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 686A

Voice and resonance, including respiration and phonation

SLP 676

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670

Receptive and expressive language in speaking, listening, reading, writing, and manual modalities

SLP 662, 663, 665, 667

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Hearing, including the impact on speech and language

SLP 440, 663

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Swallowing

SLP 668

N/A

SLP 670

Cognitive aspects of communication

SLP 661

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Social aspects of communication

SLP 661, 667

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Augmentative and alternative communication needs

SLP 672

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

3.1.6B General Knowledge and Skills Applicable to Professional Practice

3.1.6B General Knowledge and Skills Applicable to Professional Practice

Relevant Skills & Knowledge

Academic Course

Clinical Course

Practicum Experience

Ethical conduct

SLP 575, 678, 696

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Integration and application of knowledge of the interdependence of speech, language, and hearing

SLP 661, 662, 663, 665, 666, 667, 668, 672, 676

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Engagement in contemporary professional issues and advocacy

SLP 575

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Processes of clinical education and supervision

SLP 575

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Professionalism and professional behavior in keeping with the expectations for a speech-language pathologist

SLP 575, 678

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Interaction skills and personal qualities, including counseling and collaboration

SLP 575

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A

Self-evaluation of effectiveness of practice

N/A

SLP 669 A, J

SLP 670, 686A