University General Course Catalog 2016-2017 
    
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Speech Pathology, B.S.


Description


The bachelor of science degree with a major in speech pathology is the preprofessional program. A master’s degree is essential for professional competence in the field, and it is a requirement for state licensure and the Certificate of Clinical Competence by the American Speech Language-Hearing Association (ASHA-CCC). In the bachelor’s degree program, students must complete a minimum of 44 credits in speech pathology and audiology, and 25 clock hours of supervised observation with individuals who display a variety of communicative disorders. All speech pathology and audiology majors are required to have their programs approved by a faculty advisor within the department.

http://www.unr.edu/assessment/plans-and-forms/health-sciences/speech-pathology-bs

Contact Information


103 Nell J. Redfield Building
(775) 784-4887

DHS Student Center, OB 104, askDHS@unr.edu

Transfer to Nevada


Use the transfer agreement  and the degree planner (available by clicking Print degree planner icon at the top right of this page) to build your plan for graduation with your advisor. Course substitutions not identified on the transfer agreement require UNR advisor approval.

If a major-to-major transfer agreement is not available for your transfer institution, please check the General Core agreement  if available. If neither is available, access established transfer course equivalencies to assist in your planning.

Graduation Requirements


Total Units 120
Cumulative GPA 2.75
University GPA 2.0
Major GPA  2.75
Residency Requirement 30 Upper-Division Units at UNR
Major Residency Requirement 15 Upper-Division Units in the major at UNR
Upper-Division Requirement 40 Upper-Division Units
Half Program Units/4 Year Institution 60

 

I. Silver Core General Education Requirements (25-28 units)


NOTE: Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter of this catalog for information regarding the “Core English and Math Completion Policy  .”

Students in this major must meet all Silver Core Objectives (CO1 through CO14). Courses satisfying Core Objectives are designated (e.g., CO9) in General Catalog curricula and course descriptions.

A. Silver Core Writing and Prerequisite (3-6 units) - CO1, CO3


B. Silver Core Mathematics and Prerequisite (3 units minimum) - CO2


D. Silver Core Social Sciences (3 units) - CO6


E. Silver Core Fine Art (3 units) - CO7


Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO7 courses .

F. Silver Core Humanities (6 units) - CO5, CO8


Refer to the Core Curriculum  chapter of this catalog.

II. Additional Silver Core Requirements (6 units maximum)


Students must take courses that satisfy the following Core Objectives. Some or all of these Silver Core Objectives may be satisfied in the Major Requirements (Section IV).  Refer to the Core Curriculum  chapter in this catalog.

A. Science, Technology & Society Course - CO9


B. Diversity & Equity Course - CO10


C. Global Context Course - CO11


Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO11 courses .

D. Ethics Course - CO12


E. Capstone Integration & Synthesis Course - CO13


Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO13 courses .

F. Application Course - CO14


The following courses count in the Major Requirement:

III. Additional School Requirements (0 units)


IV. Major Requirements (72 units)


B. Sign Language (4 units)


C. Related Disciplines (12 units)


Students must earn 12 units, a minimum of 3 units in each of the following four areas:

D. Related Electives (12 units)


Students are required to take an additional 12 units of electives that should be selected from the following Related Electives areas:

Anatomy and Physiology, Applied Behavioral Analysis, Child Guidance, Community Health Sciences, Computer Information Systems, Developmental Disabilities, Early Childhood Education, Educational Psychology, Education, Gerontology, Health Care Ethics, Human Development and Family Studies, Linguistics, Medical Terminology, Psychology, Sign Language, Social Work,  Sociology, Special Education.

V. Minor Requirements (0 units)


This major does not require the student to have a minor in order to graduate. To see if a minor is offered by this department return to the College Program page.

VI. Electives (14-17 units)


VII. Recommended Schedule


A. First Year


Spring Semester (15 units)


B. Second Year


Fall Semester (18 units)


C. Third Year


Fall Semester (11 units)


Spring Semester (15 units)


D. Fourth Year


Fall Semester (18 units)


Spring Semester (14 units)