Clinical Practicum in Speech/Language Pathology
Three semester hours.
The purpose of the course is to provide students with a minimum 350-hour training experience with persons with communication disorders in a pre-approved agency or clinical setting. Under the direct supervision of an affiliated speech-language pathologist or audiologist with certification from the American-Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and a license to practice in the state of Texas, first and second year CD graduate clinicians will provide diagnostic and therapeutic services to children and adults with communication disorders. The graduate practicum experience occurs in off-site locations such as public and private schools, health care settings, private practice settings, group homes and sheltered workshops, neonatal intensive care units, preschools, day care centers, community and state agencies, correctional institutions, and corporate and industrial settings.
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