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  • UL Lafayette: Communicative Disorders: Diane Whittington
    A Communicative Disorders University of Southwestern Louisiana 1973 M A Communicative Disorders Bowling Green State University 1974 P O Box 43170 Lafayette LA 70504 Burke Hawthorne Room 215 B Phone 337 482 6724 Email whittington Clinical Research Interests Stuttering Articulation Phonological Disorders Autism Document last revised Wednesday September 23 2015 11 13 AM Copyright 2008 by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Communicative Disorders P O Box 43170 Lafayette LA

    Original URL path: http://speechandlanguage.louisiana.edu/facultystaff/whittington.shtml (2016-02-18)
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  • UL Lafayette: Communicative Disorders: Bonnie A. Lafleur
    Lafayette LA 70504 Burke Hawthorne Hall Room 236 Phone 337 482 6721 Email rharris louisiana edu Document last revised Thursday March 28 2013 4 07 PM Copyright 2006 by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Communicative Disorders P O Box

    Original URL path: http://speechandlanguage.louisiana.edu/facultystaff/harris.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • UL Lafayette: Communicative Disorders: Kristina K. Stokes
    43170 Lafayette LA 70504 Burke Hawthorne Hall Room 201D Phone 337 482 6490 Email stacie louisiana edu Document last revised Thursday March 28 2013 4 02 PM Copyright 2006 by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Communicative Disorders P O

    Original URL path: http://speechandlanguage.louisiana.edu/facultystaff/thomas.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • UL Lafayette: Communicative Disorders: Main Page
    those services to Louisiana s children Established Centers operate in Shreveport Monroe Baton Rouge Lafayette and Hammond Diagnostic and therapy services are provided free of cost by the Foundation Early detection of speech language and hearing difficulties with appropriate follow up therapy services leads to better outcomes Communication and language are the foundations of social interaction and learning throughout life The Southwestern Regional Scottish Rite Childhood Learning Center and the UL Lafayette Speech Language and Hearing Center are dedicated to providing evaluations and therapy services for children as well as education and training for families and caretakers Qualifying children between the ages of 18 months and 10 years of age with suspected speech language hearing or literacy difficulties are eligible for services Therapy sessions are scheduled twice a week on Monday and Wednesday afternoons for 30 50 minutes each All clinic services are operated in conjunction with the UL Lafayette Speech Language and Hearing Center in the Department of Communicative Disorders Graduate students completing requirements for the Masters Degree and certification work directly with licensed and certified speech language therapists in providing clinical and therapy services The goal of the Southwestern Regional Scottish Rite Childhood Learning Center is to have

    Original URL path: http://speechandlanguage.louisiana.edu/clinical/scottishrite.shtml (2016-02-18)
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  • UL Lafayette: Department: Main Page
    the Graduate Records Examination verbal quantitative and analytical subsections three letters of recommendation from persons familiar with the applicant s ability to do graduate work Letters of recommendation are waived for graduates of UL Lafayette Department of Communicative Disorders who meet the other requirements for admission In addition to the above requirements the applicant must have completed the following undergraduate courses or their equivalents At least one course of three semester hours must be completed in each of the following areas prior to admission to the graduate program normal speech and language development anatomy and physiology of the speech and hearing mechanism neuroanatomy and physiology communication science introduction to audiology aural rehabilitation phonetics articulation disorders language disorders clinical methods observation statistics Although undergraduates and nondegree seeking graduate students may be permitted to take these prerequisite courses success in one or all of the above courses does not in any way guarantee admission to the highly competitive graduate program To be accepted the applicant must meet all requirements and in addition must be accepted by the Department and the Graduate School Any applicant may be admitted on a conditional basis at the discretion of the Department with concurrence of the Graduate

    Original URL path: http://speechandlanguage.louisiana.edu/programs/ms%20admissions.html (2016-02-18)
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  • UL Lafayette: Department: Main Page
    the Graduate Records Examination verbal quantitative and analytical subsections three letters of recommendation from persons familiar with the applicant s ability to do graduate work Letters of recommendation are waived for graduates of UL Lafayette Department of Communicative Disorders who meet the other requirements for admission In addition to the above requirements the applicant must have completed the following undergraduate courses or their equivalents At least one course of three semester hours must be completed in each of the following areas prior to admission to the graduate program normal speech and language development anatomy and physiology of the speech and hearing mechanism neuroanatomy and physiology communication science introduction to audiology aural rehabilitation phonetics articulation disorders language disorders clinical methods observation statistics Although undergraduates and nondegree seeking graduate students may be permitted to take these prerequisite courses success in one or all of the above courses does not in any way guarantee admission to the highly competitive graduate program To be accepted the applicant must meet all requirements and in addition must be accepted by the Department and the Graduate School Any applicant may be admitted on a conditional basis at the discretion of the Department with concurrence of the Graduate

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  • UL Lafayette: Department: Main Page
    is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of ASHA The required coursework at both the prerequisite and graduate level is necessary to meet the guidelines for accreditation as well as those for clinical certification of our graduates Students who wish to enter the master s degree program in Communicative Disorders must meet the requirements of the MS program and also have a majority of the prerequisite courses listed below Prerequisite courses needed for entry into MS program in Communication Disorders A course in anatomy and physiology of the speech and hearing mechanism such as CODI 219 Anatomy Physiology FALL SPRING A course in phonetics such as CODI 220 Phonetics FALL SPRING A course in basic communication science such as CODI 221 Speech Science Acoustics SPRING A course in clinical methods observation such as CODI302 Clinical Methods FALL SPRING A course in normal speech and language acquisition such as CODI 275 Normal Language Acquisition FALL SPRING A course in language disorders such as CODI 384 Language Disorders FALL SPRING An introductory course in audiology such as CODI 382 Audiology I FALL A course in aural habilitation such as CODI 386 Audiology II SPRING A course in articulation disorders such as CODI 323 Articulation Phonology FALL SPRING A course in neuroanatomy neurophysiology such as CODI 419 Neurophysiology SPRING SUMMER The majority of these courses can be completed at UL Lafayette within one year of full time resident coursework beginning in the Fall Semester of any year These courses are not offered as on line courses at this time nor are they typically offered at night In order to meet ASHA requirements students must also have at least one course in Parametric Statistics one course in Biological Sciences one course in Physical Sciences Physics or Chemistry and one course in the Social

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  • UL Lafayette: Department: Main Page
    every semester of study Clinical courses are not applicable to the 43 hours required for the master s degree Students must complete a minimum of 325 clock hours of clinical practicum at the graduate level The actual number of clock hours of practicum performed at the graduate level will be determined by the number of hours the student had at the undergraduate level and the number of hours needed to

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