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  • 1 Minnesota State University Moorhead Undergraduate Information PacketSpeech/Language/Hearing Sciences DepartmentCreated September 2009
  • 2 Table of ContentsCover Letter…………………………………………………………………….…………………………3Department Fact Sheet…………………………………………………………………………………….4Bachelor’s Degree Requirements..………………………….………………………...…………………...6Course Descriptions………………………………………………………………………………………..7Curriculum Checklist (SLHS)...…………………………………………………………………………...8Suggested Program of Study (SLHS)……..………………………………………………………………9Curriculum Checklist (Pre-Aud)… ………………………………………………………………………11Suggested Program of Study (Pre-Aud)…………………………………………………………………..13Scholarship Information…………………………………………….…………………………………….14
  • 3 Speech/Language/Hearing SciencesGreetings:The Department of Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences and the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic occupy theentirety of Grier Hall on the MSUM campus. Both undergraduate (pre-professional) and graduate programs areoffered. Students finishing their bachelors degree at Moorhead may choose to apply to the masters degreeprogram here or apply elsewhere.We would be delighted to have students and their families visit the MSUM campus. Plan to come to Grier Hallto see our facilities and meet some of our faculty. Please call the Office of Admissions at 1-800-593-7246 toset an appointment for a campus tour and visit to our department.Please see the enclosed information to learn more about our Department and our Clinic. If you have anyquestions about our major please call us at 218-477-2286 or email to the address below. I look forward tohearing from you soon.Sincerely,Bruce Hanson, Department ChairSpeech/Language/Hearing SciencesMinnesota State University MoorheadEmail: SLHS@mnstate.eduWebsite: www.mnstate.edu/slhsP.S. Youll want to know that our department offers a four-year graduation guarantee. Well tell you about itwhen you come for your campus tour and department visit.
  • 4 Minnesota State University Moorhead Minnesota State University Moorhead is a regional, comprehensive university that prepares students for a full range of today’s most promising careers. A liberal arts foundation is the hallmark of an MSUM education, providing you the flexibility needed for a lifetime of success. Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences Program The programs of study offered by this department are designed for students who are interested in the normal and disordered processes of human communication. The title of the undergraduate major, Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences, Speech/Language/Hearing indicates that the bachelor’s degree is a pre- professional degree. It is designed to qualify Sciences at Minnesota State students for admission to graduate level study of Speech-Language Pathology or University Moorhead Audiology, but is also appropriate for those who will pursue careers in hearing conservation, education of the hearing impaired, dialect reduction, ESL instruction, and other areas. Individual classes are appropriate as electives for students with majors in speech communication, elementary and secondary education, special education, reading, psychology, sociology, anthropology, or health. This major is offered with a four-year degree guarantee. Contact the Admissions Office or the department for details. The master’s degree offered by this department is a professional degree. Its title, Speech-Language Degrees Pathology, indicates that it is the entry-level clinical degree in the field of speech-language pathology. Students completing this program are qualified for clinical positions in communication disorders Major: Bachelor of Science throughout the nation. Those who excel in the master’s program are encouraged to seek the doctoral degree (B.S.) in at another university.Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences (SLHS) Career Opportunities Master of Science (M.S.) in Speech The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) predicts an excellent long-term job market Language Pathology in communication sciences and disorders. In 2006, Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology was ranked in the top fifty hottest jobs in Money magazine. Graduates are commonly employed in schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing care facilities, research laboratories and private practices. In May 2004, the U.S. Department of Labor reported mean salaries for certified Speech-Language Pathologists to be $52,410 and Audiologists $51,470. Professional Examination for Speech/Language Pathology and Audiology The National Examination for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (NESPA) is required by the ASHA for those who seek the Certificate of Clinical Competence. MSU Moorhead also uses the NESPA as the departmental comprehensive examination, taken at the beginning of the second year of the graduate program. In spite of the fact that students have only completed half of their master’s study by the time the examination is taken, 90% of the students in the past two years have achieved ASHA’s passing score of 600 or better on the first attempt.
  • 5 Students Succeed at MSU Moorhead State University • Heidi Asmus, ’06, Megan Melin, ’06, and Michelle Hansen ’06, worked on course planning and course content to be put online for distribution to rural SLP students and Native American Students from five Tribal and Community Colleges; Courses include SLHS 101, 201, and 202. • Heidi Asmus, ’06, Brenda Rosenthal, ’06, and Michelle Guthmiller, ’06, presented a research project with Questions? Richard K. Adler, Ph.D., at the 2006 ASHA Convention entitled “Speech and Language Therapy, Music Therapy, and Admissions Art Therapy: Enhancing a neurological patient’s progress through collaboration.” 1-800-593-7246 • Jennifer Anfinson, B.S. ’05 and Ashley Hallberg, B.S. ’05, along with Louis DeMaio, Ph.D., and JaneSpeech/Language/Hear McCabe, ing Sciences Ph.D., poster session for 2005 MSHS Convention, titled, “Comparison of SCAN and APD Diagnosis.” Grier Hall 100 • Megan Melin, M.S., ’05 and Jane McCabe, Ph. D., presented a student paper at the MSHA Convention (Spring 2005) titled “Metaphonological Awareness and Sound Manipulation Skills in Kindergarten-age Department Phone Males and Females.” 218.477.2286 • Brenda Strand, M.S., ’05 presented a poster session with Richard K. Adler, Ph.D. at the 2004 ASHA Department Fax convention in 218.477.4392 Philadelphia, entitled, “Anatomy and Physiology and Neuroanatomy Courses: The current State of the Art in Teaching.” Department Website • Joy McKenzie, M.S., ’04 presented a poster session with Jane McCabe, Ph.D. at the 2004 ASHA Convention www.mnstate.edu/slhs entitled “Profiles of Motor Speech for Children with Down Syndrome.” Department Email slhs@mnstate.edu • Leanne Lundeen, M.S., ’03 and LaRae McGillivray, M.S., poster session for the 2001 ASHA Convention, titled “Temporal Reliability of Grammatical Errors as an Informal Quantitative Measure.” Department Chair Bruce Hanson Alumni at Work/Graduate and Professional Schools 218.477.4641 • Jane McCabe, Ph.D. (M.S. from MSUM ’87) (Ph.D. from Wichita State University ’94) Professor in SLHS hansonbr@mnstate.edu Department at MSUM. • Joni Nygard, M.S. ’85, Director of Communication Aids & Systems Clinic, Trace Research & Development Center, University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics, Madison, WI. • Barb Swegarden, M.S. ’83, Coordination of SLP services for Fargo Public Schools. • Gregory Lof, Ph.D. (M.S. from MSUM ’82) (Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison ’94) Assistant Professor in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health in Boston, MA. • Vicki Riedinger, (M.S. from MSUM ’81) Clinical Supervisor in SLHS Clinic at MSUM • Paul Hayden, Ph.D., (M.S. from MSUM ’72) (Ph.D. from Purdue University ’75), Chair of the Communication Disorders program at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. • David E. Hartman, Ph. D., (M.S. from MSUM ’71) (Ph.D. from Bowling Green University ’75) Head, Speech Pathology, Dept. of Neurology and Clinical Director, Speech Pathology Services at the Gunderson Clinic, LaCrosse, WI. • Paul Sanderson, M.S., (B.S. from MSUM ’79) Audiologist with Fergus Falls Medical Group, Fergus MSUM Falls, MN Dragons Department Benefits • The graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology at MSUM is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation, ASHA. • The SLHS department has an excellent faculty to graduate student ration of 1:2 and faculty to undergraduate student ration of 1:8. • Admissions for the graduate program range from 12-15 students annually. • The SLHS faculty has diversified expertise and experience. • The departmental classroom, clinic and faculty offices are all housed together within Grier Hall. • Regional Assistive Technology Center for Augmentative Communication on-campus. Minnesota State University Moorhead is an equal opportunity educator and employer. This information will be made available in alternative format (Braille, large print, audiocassette tape) upon request by contacting
  • 6 B ACHELOR D EGREE R EQUIREMENTS SPEECH/LANGUAGE/HEARING SCIENCES • MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD 1104 7th Avenue South • Moorhead, MN 56563 FAX: 218.477.4392 • Phone: 218.477.2286 (V/TDD)The programs of study offered by this department are designed for students who are interested in the normal and disorderedprocesses of human communication. The title of the undergraduate major, Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences, indicatesthat the bachelor’s degree is a professional degree. It is designed to qualify students for admission to graduate level study ofspeech-language pathology or audiology, but is also appropriate for those who will pursue careers in hearing conversation,education of the hearing impaired, and other areas. Individual classes are appropriate as electives for students with majors inspeech communication, elementary and secondary education, special education, reading, psychology, sociology,anthropology, or health. This major is offered with a four-year degree guarantee. Contact the Admissions office or thedepartment for details.Undergraduate students from other countries should inquire about becoming eligible for instate tuition. Bachelor of Science in Speech/Language/Hearing SciencesDegree Requirements (50 credits) Semester Semester Credits CreditsSLHS 101 Survey of Speech-Language-Hearing 3 SLHS 473 Rehabilitation Audiology 4 DisordersSLHS 201 Linguistic Phonetics 3 SLHS 491 Research Applications in SLHS 3SLHS 202 Anatomy and Physiology of Normal Speech and Hearing 3SLHS 204 Language Development 4 Related Requirements (8 Credits)SLHS 273 Hearing/Vestibular Disorders & 4 ENGL 387 Technical Report Writing 4 AssessmentSLHS 321 Articulation and Phonological Disorders 3 MATH 236 Applied Statistics 4SLHS 322 Language Disorders in Children 3SLHS 343 Clinical Procedures 3SLHS 347 Augmentative and Alternative Communication and Literacy Acquisition 3 Additional Undergraduate CoursesSLHS 402 Neuroanatomy/Physiology of SLHS 301 American Sign Language & Deaf 3 Communication and Swallowing 3 Culture ISLHS 421 Speech Science and Instrumentation 3 SLHS 302 American Sign Language & Deaf 3 Culture IISLHS 424 Childhood Stuttering 2 SLHS 490 Topical Seminar in SLP 1-3SLHS 446 Clinical Experience 3 SLHS 497 Individual Study 1-3SLHS 448 Professional Issues and Clinical SLHS 499 Topical Workshop 1-3 Practice Management 3 Minor in Speech/Language/Hearing SciencesProgram of Study (Total: 25 credits)Required Courses:SLHS 101 Survey of Speech-Language-Hearing 3 SLHS 204 Language Development 4 DisordersSLHS 201 Linguistic Phonetics 3 SLHS 273 Hearing/Vestibular Disorders & 4 AssessmentSLHS 202 Anatomy and Physiology of Normal Speech and Hearing 3 Total Credits 17 Electives: 8 credits in SLHS
  • 7 Department of Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences Course DescriptionsSLHS 101 Survey of Speech-Language-Hearing Disorders (3) SLHS 402 Neuroanatomy/Physiology of Communication and The study of the basic anatomy and physiology of speech Swallowing (3) and hearing including basic acoustics. Overview of the The study of the Central, Peripheral, and Autonomic processes of speech, language, and hearing, the normal Nervous Systems. Lab includes probing of human brain development of speech and language in children, and the specimens to identify the above structures. Neuroanatomy major speech, language, and hearing disorders. The role and Physiology of Swallowing, Speech, Language, of speech-language pathologists and audiologists will be Hearing, Somatosensory System, and the Primary discussed. Sensory and Motor Cortices. Intro to Dysphagia, Aphasia, Dysarthria, Apraxia, Traumatic Brain Injury, and theSLHS 171 American Sign Language I (3) Neuroanatomy affected by these conditions as they relate An introduction to American Sign Language vocabulary to the work of the Speech-Language Pathologist, Speech and grammar, including issues of nonverbal Scientist, and Audiologist. communication through pantomime and body movement. Prerequisite: SLHS 202SLHS 172 American Sign Language II (3) SLHS 421 Speech Science and Instrumentation (3) Continuation of SLHS 171, including communicating The study of speech acoustics and physiology, personal and family information, giving directions and incorporating both voice and articulatory aspects of descriptions, and asking questions. speech signal production, as well as the instrumentation Prerequisite: SLHS 171 or permission of instructor. needed for measurement of speech acoustic signals. Prerequisite: SLHS 201, SLHS 202, SLHS 307SLHS 201 Linguistic Phonetics (3) SLHS 424 Childhood Stuttering (2) The production and perception of sounds of English A study of the theories of disfluency, fluency development, speech; the use of International Phonetic Alphabet; the and stuttering in children. Assessment, prevention, and application of the principles of phonetic analysis to oral treatment of childhood stuttering is included. communication. Prerequisite: SLHS 202SLHS 202 Anatomy and Physiology of Normal Speech and SLHS 446 Clinical Experience (3) Hearing (3) On campus supervised clinical experience in speech/ The study of the anatomy and basic physiology of the language pathology or audiology with children or adults. speech and hearing mechanisms and the major May be repeated. underlying scientific concepts. Prerequisite: SLHS 343SLHS 204 Language Development (4) SLHS 448 Professional Issues and Clinical Practice Nature and normal development of cognitive, linguistic, Management (3) and social systems of language in children. The course will include a survey of professional issues facing today’s professional including such topics asSLHS 273 Hearing/Vestibular Disorders & Assessment (4) credentialing, ethics, and legal considerations. Service The study of auditory anatomy and physiology and delivery in schools, health care, and private practice will disorders of the auditory system. also be addressed. Articulation and Phonological Disorders (3) Prerequisite: SLHS 343SLHS 321 The nature, etiology, assessment, and treatment of speech sound differences and disorders in children. SLHS 473 Rehabilitation Audiology (4) Prerequisite: SLHS 101 and SLHS 201 A survey of principles of audiological and vestibular intervention for children through adults. Special emphasisSLHS 322 Language Disorders in Children (3) on amplification technology. Nature, etiology, assessment, and treatment of language Prerequisite: SLHS 271 disorders in children. Prerequisite: SLHS 101 and SLHS 204 SLHS 490 Topical Seminar in SLHS (1-3)SLHS 343 Clinical Procedures (3) An examination of the literature on a selected topic of Basic defining and recording of communication behavior, current interest. development of reporting skills to include lesson plans, report writing and conferring and consulting with clients SLHS 491 Research Applications in SLHS (3) and professionals. Includes supervised observation of The study and application of research principles and clinical procedures applied to actual clients. methods in speech-language and hearing sciences. Prerequisites: SLHS 321 and SLHS 322 Prerequisite: MATH 136SLHS 347 Augmentative and Alternative Communication and SLHS 497 Individual Study (1-3) Literacy Acquisition (3) Selected readings or a guided independent research The nature of augmentative and alternative project in some aspect of communication disorders. May communication (AAC) systems and other assistive be repeated for up to 6 credits. technologies for persons with special needs across the Prerequisite: Instructor approval life span. Includes components of AAC systems and basic assessment and intervention procedures. Additionally includes an overview of typical literacy SLHS 499 Topical Workshop (1-3) acquisition. Prerequisite: SLHS 204
  • 8 Curriculum Checklist Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences • Minnesota State University Moorhead 1104 7th Avenue South • Moorhead, MN 56563 Phone: 218.477.2286 (V/TDD) • Fax: 218.477.4392 Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences Curriculum ChecklistName _______________________________ Graduation Requirements Credits requiredStudent # ____________________________ Dragon Core 42 SLHS Major 64Year of anticipated graduation ____________ Electives (128 – Dragon Core + major credits) Total Credits 128Transfer from _________________________ Upper Division Credits (Major 37) 40 MSU Credits 30/last 64 MSU Credits (for 2 yr. College transfers) 64 Major Required Classes Related RequirementsTransfer TransferCredits Credits_____ SLHS 101 Survey of Speech-Language-Hearing _____ * ENGL 387 Technical Report Writing (4) Disorders (3) _____ * MATH 236 Applied Statistics (4)_____ SLHS 201 Linguistic Phonetics (3) (8 Total Credits)_____ SLHS 202 Anatomy and Physiology of Normal Major Electives Speech and Hearing (3)_____ SLHS 204 Language Development (4) Transfer Credits_____ SLHS 273 Hearing/Vestibular Disorders & _____ SLHS 301 Sign Language & Deaf Culture I (3) Assessment (4) _____ SLHS 302 Sign Language & Deaf Culture II (3)_____ SLHS 321 Articulation and Phonological Disorders _____ SLHS 490 Topical Seminar in SLP (1-3)(3)_____ SLHS 322 Language Disorders in Children (3) _____ SLHS 497 Individual Study (1-3)_____ SLHS 343 Clinical Procedures (3) _____ SLHS 499 Topical Workshop (1-3)_____ SLHS 347 AAC and Literacy Acquisition (3)_____ SLHS 402 Neuroanatomy/Physiology of Comm. and Swallowing (3)_____ SLHS 421 Speech Science and Instrumentation (3)_____ SLHS 424 Childhood Stuttering (2)_____ SLHS 446 Clinical Experience (3)_____ SLHS 448 Professional Issues and Clinical Practice Notes Management (3)_____ SLHS 473 Rehabilitation Audiology (4)_____ SLHS 491 Research App in SLHS (3) (50 Total Credits) ASHA Basic Science Requirements_____ * Biology (3)_____ * Physical Science (3) X * Math (3)_____ * Behavioral (3) or * Social Science (3)*May also count towards dragon core requirements
  • 9S UGGESTED P ROGRAM OF S TUDY Each semester should average 16 credits for the 4-year graduation guarantee FALL SPRINGFreshman year SLHS 101 Survey of Speech-Language Hearing Disorders (3) 16 credits of Dragon Core/electives (either Semester) 13 credits of Dragon Core/electivesSophomore year SLHS 201 Linguistic Phonetics (3) SLHS 202 Anatomy & Physiology (3) SLHS 204 Language Development (4) 10 credits of Dragon Core/electives SLHS 273 Hearing/Vestibular Disorders & Assessment (4) 8 credits of Dragon Core/electivesJunior year SLHS 321 Articulation and Phonological SLHS 322 Language Disorders in Children Disorders (3) (3) SLHS 347 AAC and Literacy Acquisition SLHS 343 Clinical Procedures (3)(3) ENGL 387 Technical Report Writing (4) MATH 236 Applied Statistics (4) 6 credits of Dragon Core/electives 6 credits of Dragon Core/electivesSenior year SLHS 402 Neuroanatomy/Physiology (3) SLHS 421 Speech Science and SLHS 424 Childhood Stuttering (2) Instrumentation (3) (not offered spring 2011) SLHS 446 Clinical Experience (3) SLHS 448 Professional Issues and Clinical (either Semester) Practice Management (3) (not offered spring 2010) SLHS 491 Research App in SLHS (3) SLHS 473 Rehabilitation Audiology (4) 5 credits of Dragon Core/electives (not offered spring 2010) 6 credits Dragon Core/electives Suggested Electives ND Teaching CertificationTransfer TransferCredits Credits_____ ACCT 230 Principles of Accounting I (3) _____ MCS 233 Ed/Multicult / Ames (3)_____ CHEM 110 Fundamentals of Chemistry (4)_____ CHEM 180 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry (4)_____ ECON 202 Principles of Economics I: Micro (3)_____ FINC 340 Financial Management (3)_____ MGMT 405 Small Business Management (3)_____ PSY 113 General Psychology (3)_____ PSY 202 Developmental Psychology (3)_____ PSY 348 Cognition and Perception (3)_____ PSY 402 Child/Adolescent Psychology (3)_____ PSY 403 Adulthood and Aging (3)_____ SOC 308 Social Gerontology (3)
  • 10 Foundation Four Inner Cluster Electives/Middle Outer Cluster• Dragon Core 1A (1 course) Satisfied Cluster • Dragon Core 8 (1 course) Satisfied ________ GLOBAL PERSPECTIVEORAL COMMUNICATION • Dragon Core 3 (0-1 course) Satisfied Rubic Course Title Credit MATHEMATICAL / SYMBOLIC SYSTEMSRubic Course Title Credit Grade Grade Rubic Course Title Credit______ __________________________ _______ Grade ______ __________________________ ______________ _______ ______ __________________________ _______• Dragon Core 1B* (1 course) Satisfied _______ • Dragon Core 9 (1 course) Satisfied ____ ETHICAL AND CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY____ • Dragon Core 4 (1-2 courses) Satisfied Rubic Course Title CreditWRITTEN COMMUNICATION NATURAL SCIENCESRubic Course Title Credit Grade (1 course must include a Science Lab Experience) Grade______ __________________________ _______ Rubic Course Title Credit ______ __________________________ ______________ Grade _______• Dragon Core 2 (1 course) Satisfied ____ ______ __________________________ _______ • Dragon Core 10 (1 course) SatisfiedCRITICAL THINKING _______ ____Rubic Course Title Credit ______ __________________________ _______ PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENTGrade _______ Rubic Course Title Credit • Dragon Core 5 (1-2 courses) Satisfied Grade______ __________________________ ______________ HISTORY AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES ______ __________________________ _______• Dragon Core 3 (1 course) Satisfied ____ Rubic Course Title Credit _______MATHEMATICAL / SYMBOLIC SYSTEMS Grade • Dragon Core 11 (0 courses)Rubic Course Title Credit Satisfied by completing Dragon Core Requirements ______ __________________________ _______Grade _______ INFORMATION LITERACY______ __________________________ _______ ______ __________________________ _______ WRITING-INTENSIVE_______ _______ • Dragon Core 6 (1-2 courses) REQUIREMENTS Satisfied THE HUMANITIES - THE ARTS, LITERATURE, AND Rubic Course Title CreditSatisfaction of DRAGON CORE requires a Grade PHILOSOPHYminimum of 42 credits, completion of Rubic Course Title Credit ______ __________________________ _______Competency Areas 1A-10, Competency Area 11 Grade _______that is embedded in the program and is satisfiedat program completion, and ______ __________________________ _______ ______ __________________________ _______ _______ _______Writing-Intensive Requirements. Graduation Requirements:Foundation Four (4 courses) _______ ______ __________________________ _______ In addition, beginning Fall 2006, incoming freshmen must complete two _______ W-I courses - one course in the student’s major or designated by the major atInner Cluster Electives (0-4 courses) the___ • Dragon Core 7 (1-2 courses) Satisfied 300 or 400-level; and the other course at the 200-, 300-, or 400-level, which HUMAN DIVERSITY mayMiddle Cluster (3-7 courses) be designated by the major. Rubic Course Title Credit_______ ______ __________________________ _______ Grade _______Outer Cluster (3 courses)________ ______ __________________________ _______ ______ __________________________ _______ _______ _______ Beginning Fall 2007, incoming transfer students who haveDRAGON CORE Satisfied _______ completed the ______ __________________________ _______ Minnesota Transfer Curriculum or an AA degree must take at least one Writing- _______ Intensive (W-I) course in the student’s major or designated by the major at the 300- or 400-level. Rubic Course Title Credit Grade ______ __________________________ _______ _______
  • 11 Curriculum Checklist Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences • Grier Hall MSU Moorhead • 1104 7th Avenue South • Moorhead, MN 56563 Phone: (218) 477-2286 (V/TDD) • Fax: (218) 477-4392SPEECH LANGUAGE HEARING SCIENCES EMPHASIS IN P R E -A U D I O L O G YCURRICULUM CHECKLISTName _______________________________ Graduation Requirements Credits RequiredStudent # ____________________________ Dragon Core 42 Emphasis in Pre-Audiology 62Year of anticipated graduation ____________ Electives (128 – dragon core + major credits) Total Credits 128Transfer from _________________________ Upper Division Credits 40 MSU Credits 30/last 64 MSU Credits (for 2 yr. College transfers) 64 Major Required Classes Related Requirements Transfer Credits______ SLHS 101 Survey of Speech-Language-Hearing Disorders (3) _____ * ENGL 387 Technical Report Writing (4)______ SLHS 201 Linguistic Phonetics (3) _____ * MATH 236 Applied Statistics (4)______ SLHS 202 Anatomy and Physiology of Normal _____ * PHYS 105 Physics of Music (3) Speech and Hearing (3)______ SLHS 204 Language Development (4)______ SLHS 273 Hearing/Vestibular Disorders & Assessment (4)______ SLHS 301 ASL & Deaf Culture I (3) Major Electives______ SLHS 302 ASL & Deaf Culture II (3) ______ ACCT 230 Principles of Accounting (3) ______ ECON 202 Principles of Economics 1 (3)______ SLHS 321 Artic and Phono Disorders (3) ______ MGMT 405 Small Business Manage (3)______ SLHS 322 Language Disorders in Children (3)______ SLHS 343 Clinical Procedures (3) ______ CHEM 110 Fundamentals of Chem (4)______ SLHS 402 Neuroanatomy/Physiology of Comm. ______ CHEM 180 Intro to Organic and Bio (4) WITH And Swallowing (3) CHEM 185 Lab (1)______ SLHS 446 Clinical Experience (Aud) (3)______ SLHS 473 Rehabilitation Audiology (4) ______ PSY 348 Cognition and Perception (3)______ SLHS 491 Research App in SLHS (3) ______ PSY 402 Child/Adolescent Psychology (3) (39 Total Credits) ______ PSY 403 Adulthood and Aging (3) ______ SOC 308 Intro to Gerontology (3) 6 Major Elective Credits ______Elective_______________________________ ______ SPED 320 Educational Services for Individuals ______Elective_______________________________ with Exceptionalities (3) ______ SPED 419 Biomedical Aspects of Physical and Health Disabilities (3) ASHA Basic Science Requirements ______ SPED 423 Young Children with Disabilities and Their Families (3)______ * Biological Sciences (3)
  • 12___X__ * Physical Science (3) Physics 105 ______ SLHS 347 Augmentative and Alternative Comm.___X__ * Math (3) and Literacy Acquisition (3)______ * Social or Behavioral Sciences (3) ______ SLHS 421 Speech Science and Instrumentation(3)*May also count towards Dragon Core requirements ______ SLHS 424 Childhood Stuttering (2)
  • 13S UGGESTED P ROGRAM OF S TUDY Each semester should average 16 credits for the 4-year graduation guarantee FALL SPRINGFreshman year: . SLHS 101 Survey of Speech-Language Disorders (3) PHYS 105 Physics of Music (3) (either Semester) 13 credits of Dragon Core/electives 13 credits of Dragon Core/electivesSophomore year: SLHS 201 Linguistic Phonetics (3) SLHS 202 Anatomy & Physiology (3) SLHS 204 Language Development (4) 10 credits of Dragon Core/ electivesSLHS 273 Hearing/Vestibular Disorders & Assessment (4) 8 credits of Dragon Core/electivesJunior year: . *SLHS 301 ASL & Deaf Culture I (3) *SLHS 302 ASL & Deaf Culture II (3) SLHS 321 Artic and Phono Disorders (3) SLHS 322 Language Disorders in Children (3) 9 credits Dragon Core/electives SLHS 343 Clinical Procedures (3) *ENGL 387 Technical Report Writing (4) 3 credits Dragon Core/electivesSenior year: SLHS 402 Neuroanatomy/Physiology (3). SLHS 473 Rehabilitation Audiology (4)SLHS 446 Clinical Experience (Aud) (3) (either Semester) 10-12 credits Dragon Core/electives SLHS 491 Research App in SLHS (3) 6-9 credits Dragon Core/electives * Courses are sometimes offered during summer session Foundation Four Inner Cluster Electives/Middle Outer Cluster• Dragon Core 1A (1 course) Satisfied ___ Cluster • Dragon Core 8 (1 course) Satisfied _ORAL COMMUNICATION GLOBAL PERSPECTIVERubic Course Title Credit Grade • Dragon Core 3 (0-1 course) Satisfied___ Rubic Course Title Credit Grade MATHEMATICAL / SYMBOLIC SYSTEMS______ __________________________ _______ _______ Rubic Course Title Credit Grade ______ _____________________ _______ _______• Dragon Core 1B* (1 course) Satisfied __ ______ __________________________ _______ _______ • Dragon Core 9 (1 course) Satisfied _WRITTEN COMMUNICATION ETHICAL AND CIVIC RESPONSIBILITYRubic Course Title Credit Grade • Dragon Core 4 (1-2 courses) Satisfied__ Rubic Course Title Credit Grade NATURAL SCIENCES______ __________________________ _______ _______ (1 course must include a Science Lab Experience) ______ _____________________ _______ _______• Dragon Core 2 (1 course) Satisfied ____ Rubic Course Title Credit Grade • Dragon Core 10 (1 course) SatisfiedCRITICAL THINKING ______ __________________________ _______ _______ ____Rubic Course Title Credit Grade ______ __________________________ _______ _______ PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT Rubic Course Title Credit Grade______ __________________________ _______ _______ • Dragon Core 5 (1-2 courses) Satisfied__• Dragon Core 3 (1 course) Satisfied ____ HISTORY AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES ______ ______________________ _______ ______MATHEMATICAL / SYMBOLIC SYSTEMS Rubic Course Title Credit Grade • Dragon Core 11 (0 courses)Rubic Course Title Credit Grade ______ __________________________ _______ _______ Satisfied by completing Dragon Core Requirements INFORMATION LITERACY______ __________________________ _______ _______ ______ __________________________ _______ _______ • Dragon Core 6 (1-2 courses) Satisfied__ WRITING-INTENSIVESatisfaction of DRAGON CORE requires a THE HUMANITIES - THE ARTS, LITERATURE, AND PHILOSOPHY REQUIREMENTSminimum of 42 credits, completion of Rubic Course Title Credit GradeCompetency Areas 1A-10, Competency Area 11 Rubic Course Title Credit Grade ______ _____________________ _______ _______that is embedded in the program and is satisfied ______ __________________________ _______ _______at program completion, and ______ __________________________ _______ _______ ______ _____________________ _______ _______Writing-Intensive Requirements. Graduation Requirements:Foundation Four (4 courses) _______ • Dragon Core 7 (1-2 courses) Satisfied__ In addition, beginning Fall 2006, incoming freshmen must complete two W-I courses - one course in the student’s major or designated by the HUMAN DIVERSITYInner Cluster Electives (0-4 courses) ___ major at the 300 or 400-level; and the other course at the 200-, 300-, or Rubic Course Title Credit Grade 400-level, which may be designated by the major.Middle Cluster (3-7 courses) _______ ______ _____________________ _______ _______Outer Cluster (3 courses) ________ ______ __________________________ _______ _______ ______ _____________________ _______ _______DRAGON CORE Satisfied _______ ______ __________________________ _______ _______ Beginning Fall 2007, incoming transfer students who have completed the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum or an AA degree must take at least one Writing-Intensive (W-I) course in the student’s major or designated by the major at the 300- or 400-level. Rubic Course Title Credit Grade
  • 14 S CHOLARSHIP I NFORMATION S P E E C H /L A N G U A G E /H E A R I N G S C I E N C E S C L I N I C • M I N N E S O T A S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y M O O R H E A D 1104 7 TH A V E N U E S O U T H • M O O R H E A D , MN 56563 • FAX : 218. 47 7. 4392 Phone: 218.477.2286 (V/TDD) T YPICAL S CHOLARSHIPS A WARDED TO SLHS P ROGRAM S TUDENTSDEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIPS • GRIER SCHOLARSHIP Awarded to one Minnesota resident MSUM undergraduate student in the amount of $400.00. • Faculty Scholarship Awarded to one or two MSUM undergraduate students in the amount of $400.00–$600.00. • NSSLHA S C H O L A R S H I P Awarded to one undergraduate and one graduate student in the amount of $300.00-$500.00. • Lutes Scholarship Awarded to one first year graduate student in the amount of $1000.00. • Virgil Black Endowed Scholarship Awarded to one second year graduate student in the amount of $750.00. • Graduate Assistantship Awarded to 8-10 each of our first and second year graduate students attending the Speech Pathology program in the range of $2700-3700 eachOTHER SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR MSUM S T U D E N T S • COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS SCHOLARSHIP This $1000 scholarship is available to students accepted into a graduate level program in SLP and/or Audiology at a college/university in U.S. accredited by ASHA’s Council of Academic Accreditation. • GENE ANDERSON SERTOMA SCHOLARSHIP The FM Sertoma Club offers a $500 scholarship to regional students who demonstrate exemplary service to community as well as academic achievement. For more info contact Bruce Hanson at hansonbr@mnstate.edu or (218)477-4641. • HEARING IMPAIRED SCHOLARSHIP This $1000 scholarship is available to students with a minimum 40dB bilateral hearing loss as evidenced by an SRT of 40dB or greater in both ears.
  • 15 • HONORS APPRENTICE President’s Honors Scholarship awards are $3,000 annually and renewable for three years. • MSHA Scholarship Awarded to student Minnesota Speech and Hearing Association members pursuing a graduate degree in SLP, Aud, or Speech Hearing Science. Four $2000 scholarships per year are awarded.Minnesota State University Moorhead is an equal opportunity educator and employer. This information will be made available in alternative format (Braille, largeprint, audiocassette tape) upon request by contacting Disability Services at 218-477-2652/V or 218-477-2047/TTY. For TTY communication, contact Minnesota RelayService at 1-800-627-3529 Minnesota State University Moorhead is an equal opportunity educator and employer. This information will be made available inalternative format (Braille, large print, audiocassette tape) upon request by contacting Disability Services at 218-477-2652/V or 218-477-2047/TTY. For TTYcommunication, contact Minnesota Relay Service at 1-800-627-3529Additional scholarships available • General MSUM Scholarships Campus based scholarships are available through MSUM from $300 – 1,800. Some scholarships are renewable. • Transfer Scholarships Awarded to undergraduate transfer students through MSUM. Scholarships range from $300 – 1,000. • Freshman Minority Scholarship Awarded to students in the top 25% of high school class (must be a minority). Scholarships range from $500 - $2,200 per academic year. • Upperclass Scholarship Awarded to a currently enrolled MSUM student pursuing their first undergrad degree, who has completed at least 15 MSUM credits by the end of the current fall semester. • Upperclass Minority Scholarship Awarded to a full time minority student whose minimum GPA is 2.5 by the end of the current fall semester. • Gates Millennium Scholarship Awarded to thousands of outstanding low-income students. Candidates must have a GPA of 3.3 to apply • Two Feathers Fund American Indian Scholarship Awarded to an American Indian, any major in the amount of $1,000. • Homeland Security Undergraduate Scholarships Awarded to rising Juniors, majoring in physical, biological, social and behavioral sciences in the amount of $1,000 per month for 9 months. Appointments are given for two years with full tuition and fees paid. • Also visit the MSUM Financial Aid Scholarship website at www.mnstate.edu/finaid
  • 16UndergraduateFall 2009 / Spring 2010 Tuition and Fee RatesMinnesota Resident, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin (withreciprocity)Package / ITV Courses add $50.00 per credit Program based tuitionOn Line Courses add $55.00 per credit Program based tuition Credit Hours Tuition Fees TOTAL 1 188.25 34.47 $ 222.72 2 376.50 65.94 $ 442.44 3 564.75 97.41 $ 662.16 4 753.00 128.88 $ 881.88 5 941.25 160.35 $ 1,101.60 6 1129.50 191.82 $ 1,321.32 7 1317.75 223.29 $ 1,541.04 8 1506.00 254.76 $ 1,760.76 9 1694.25 286.23 $ 1,980.48 10 1882.50 317.70 $ 2,200.20 11 2070.75 349.17 $ 2,419.92 12 2917.00 380.64 $ 3,297.64 13 2917.00 381.07 $ 3,298.07 14 2917.00 381.50 $ 3,298.50 15 2917.00 381.93 $ 3,298.93 16 2917.00 382.36 $ 3,299.36 17 2917.00 382.79 $ 3,299.79 18 2917.00 383.22 $ 3,300.22 19 2917.00 383.65 $ 3,300.65 20 3105.25 384.08 $ 3,489.33 21 3293.50 384.51 $ 3,678.01 22 3481.75 384.94 $ 3,866.69 23 3670.00 385.37 $ 4,055.37 24 3858.25 385.80 $ 4,244.05