Aug 11, 2020  
2012-2013 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Speech and Hearing Sciences (Education of the Deaf - Concentration in Early Oral Intervention), M.S.


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The master’s degree in speech and hearing sciences: education of the deaf with a concentration in early oral intervention is a 14-month program of study. All students begin in June and complete the program of study in July of the following year. Concurrent center-based, home-based, and academic-based practicum experiences accompany each academic session. Some practicum experiences will be in the Jackson area and on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Students complete the following courses in their degree matriculation: SHS 601 , SHS 610 , SHS 611 , SHS 626 , SHS 629 , SHS 637 , SHS 638 , SHS 639 , SHS 649 , SHS 651 , SHS 653 , SHS 655 , SHS 657 , SHS 691 , SHS 692 , SHS 720 , ADE 576 or SHS 735 , and CD 628  or equivalent. Prerequisites for the program include the following courses: Normal Language Development, Infant Development or Child Development, Introduction to Audiology, Phonetics, Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech Mechanism, Anatomy and Physiology of the Hearing Mechanism. (The anatomy/physiology prerequisite may be met through one combined course or two courses.)

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