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CSD Courses and Clinic

Students working with Dr. HoagThe graduate coursework offered at Kansas State University provides comprehensive preparation for the clinical practice of speech-language pathology. Graduate students also complete a Research Experience & Foundations credit. See K-State Graduate Catalog for course descriptions and semesters offered:

Fall Semester

  • CSD 741 Fluency Disorders (3)
  • CSD 745 Neuromotor Speech Disorders (3)
  • CSD 750 Voice Disorder (3)
  • CSD 844 Dysphagia (3)

Spring Semester

  • CSD 742 Language Assessment and Intervention II (3)
  • CSD 748 Cleft Palate (1)
  • CSD 780 Instrumental Measurement for Clinical Application (2)
  • CSD 841 Acquired Language & Cognitive Disorders (4)
  • CSD 851 Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology (2)

Summer Semester

  • CSD 725 Augmentative & Alternative Communication (2)
  • CSD 743 Communication Impairments in Autism Spectrum Disorders (2)
  • CSD 744 Aural Rehabilitation (2)

Working with a child Students complete four semesters of practicum at the K-State Speech and Hearing Center under the direct supervision of a faculty member. Toward the end of graduate training, students complete two externships, including one in a child/educational site and one in an adult/medical site. The placements are typically a minimum of 12 weeks in length and supervised by a licensed speech-language pathologist.