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1 Admission to the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program Selection for admission into the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program is based on the student s previous academic performance on courses approved by the State Articulation General Studies Committee for the State of Alabama Core Curriculum coursework. Any applicant who is not first a student at AUM must apply to the University. Upon acceptance to the University, students may then apply for admission to the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program. Students must submit an application no later than June 1 st to begin in the Fall semester. All materials in the application must arrive by the designated deadline. Applications will only be reviewed and considered if all materials are included. For the application, students must provide a completed and signed Application for Admission to the Speech- Language Pathology and Audiology Program, a copy of transcripts from all colleges and universities attended, and one letter of reference which should originate from an academic source. Advising transcripts are acceptable for the application and the letter of reference must be completed by individuals who are not related to the applicant. Transfer students must also submit evidence of acceptance to AUM. Applicants must also submit a sample of student writing, which should address the question of why the student would like to study speech-language pathology and audiology to become a practicing clinician and where he/she would like to be academically or vocationally in five years. Students may apply for admission before all Core Curriculum and the other requirements are completed, but may not enter the program until 45 of the 63 credit hours are finished. Students must have a 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale) cumulative grade point average (GPA) to apply to the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program. A GPA of 2.75 does not guarantee acceptance. The number of students who can be admitted to the Program will be determined each semester based on the availability of clinical faculty resources. All applicants must meet the health, communication, and academic requirements, which are outlined under Requirements for Students. Accepted students will be notified in writing of admission and will be required to make an advising appointment in order to register for classes. All students will be given a plan of study upon the first advising appointment. Students are expected to purchase a copy of the student handbook and the most current copy of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA manual) prior to the beginning of the first day of class. Due to the nature of the profession, students must possess the ability to perform the skills and duties of a Speech-Language Pathologist or Audiologist. Students graduating from the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program will have developed the following abilities in each area:

2 Audiology: 1. Conduct a pure tone sweep check audiometric screening according to the procedures recommended by the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA). 2. Conduct a pure tone air conduction audiometric test and screening audiometry using standard methods and procedures. 3. Interpret an audiogram. 4. Appropriately refer patients with questionable or abnormal audiometric findings to other professionals for follow-up services. Speech-Language Pathology: 1. Use both quantitative and qualitative evaluation procedures. 2. Recognize client s strengths and weaknesses. 3. Develop goals and procedures which reflect the client s level of functioning. 4. Demonstrate the ability to change therapy goals based on client s performance. 5. Discriminate between correct and incorrect production of target responses. 6. Establish a reinforcement schedule. 7. Collect data and use the information to determine efficacy of treatment. 8. Counsel the client or family members of the client. 9. Write professional reports which indicate evaluation results or therapy progress. Students will be required to sign a Program Requirement Agreement form, which states that students must meet these requirements throughout the course of the program. If a student is unable to meet these criteria, the student must withdraw from the Program until such time they are able to meet these requirements. Requirements for Students Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program Health Requirements 1. Adequate vision such as that required to observe communication behavior, conduct speech, language and hearing assessment, and complete speech, language and hearing forms and reports. 2. Adequate hearing such as that required for independent communication in professional interactions (i.e., conduct speech, language and hearing evaluations and treatment, to provide education about these disorders and to interact appropriately in the classroom environment). 3. The student is required to provide evidence of a physical examination, which states that the student is free of communicable disease and is in good health overall, that is dated within one semester of entering the Program. 4. The student must be able to lift 35 pounds.

3 Communication Requirements 1. The student must demonstrate proficiency in the areas of reading and writing Standard American English as indicated by the following: A. The student must have a grade point of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher in ENGL 1010 and 1020 or its equivalent, along with ENGL 2530, 2570 or 2600 or its equivalent. B. The student must have a grade point of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher in COMM 1010 or its equivalent. C. The student must pass the speech and hearing screening examinations administered by the Speech and Hearing Clinic personnel. In the event these examinations reveal any deficiency, recommendations for remediation procedures will be communicated to the student. These recommendations may include speech therapy or referral to a physician. Academic Requirements 1. The student must have completed a minimum of 45 of the 63 hours required in the Alabama State Core. 2. The student must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale) on all work taken prior to admission to the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program and have made normal progress toward degree completion as stated in the AUM Catalog. 3. The student must be in good standing at or other regionally accredited institution. 4. The major and concentration coursework in this curriculum must be successfully completed within 12 semesters. 5. Any course grade below C in the student s major and within the concentration coursework is unacceptable for graduation and must be repeated. 6. Students who receive a D or F in any Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology course at AUM have one opportunity to repeat that course and the course must be repeated at AUM. Students who receive a D or F in any two speech-language pathology and audiology courses at AUM may not continue in the program unless one of the following exceptions applies. A. The student provides the head of the Department of Communication and Dramatic Arts with a statement and supporting documentation indicating that the grades of D or F were the result of a medical problem or other nonrecurring event or condition. B. The student provides a signed statement describing the reason(s) for grades of D or F to the head of the Department of Communication and Dramatic Arts. In addition, the student must obtain approval from the head of the Department of Communication and Dramatic Arts and provide a written action plan for improving future performance. Students who receive one more D or F in any speech-language pathology or audiology course at AUM may not continue in the program

4 Traditional Program Requirements Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program General Requirements Students in the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program must earn a grade of C or higher in each course both within the major and the concentration coursework in order to progress in the program. In addition, students who receive a D or F in any speech-language pathology and audiology course at AUM have one opportunity to repeat that course and the course must be repeated at AUM. Students who receive a D or F in any two speech-language pathology and audiology courses at AUM may not continue in the program unless one of the following exception applies. A. The student provides the head of the Department of Communication and Dramatic Arts with a statement and supporting documentation indicating that the grades of D or F were the result of a medical problem or other nonrecurring event or condition. B. The student provides a signed statement describing the reason(s) for grades of D or F to the head of the Department of Communication and Dramatic Arts. In addition, the student must obtain approval from the head of the Department of Communication and Dramatic Arts and provide a written action plan for improving future performance. Students who receive one more D or F in any speech-language pathology or audiology course at AUM may not continue in the program. Students in the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program must also meet the health, communication, and academic requirements, which are outlined in the Requirements for Students. In addition, students must complete, at a minimum five, Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) courses prior to graduation. These courses will include (but are not limited to) English Composition I and II (ENGL 1010 and 1020), one swing course, and three within the major [Fluency Disorders (COMM 4580), Writing for Speech Language Pathology and Audiology (COMM 4610) and Aural Rehabilitation (COMM 4620)]. Coursework in Lower Program I. AUM Core Curriculum Requirements Semester Hours Area I. Written Communication English Composition 1 (ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020)... 6 Area II. Humanities and Fine Arts Literature 2.6 Fine Arts Area III. Natural Sciences and Mathematics Chemistry and Biological Science

5 Mathematics Area IV. History, Social Sciences, and Behavioral Sciences World History...6 Social Sciences 5..6 Total Hours 41 1 Students should complete the appropriate testing before registering for the course. 2 The courses that will meet this requirement are ENGL 2530, ENGL 2540, ENGL 2570, ENGL 2580, ENGL 2600, and ENGL The course taken to meet this requirement must be in art history or appreciation, music appreciation or history, or theatre appreciation or history or philosophy selected from the following: VISU 1000, VISU 2030, VISU 2040, MUSI 2110, THEA 2040, PHIL PHIL 2010, and PHIL Both courses must include a laboratory experience. One course must be a chemistry course and one in the biological sciences. 5 To meet this requirement, students must take PSYC 2110 and select two courses from the following: ANTH 2110, COMM 2100/SOCI 2100, GEOG 2050, GEOG 2150 HIST 2010 HIST 2020 POLS 2020, and SOCI II. Other Requirements Communication (COMM 1010)... 3 Research Sequence (PSYC 2193 and 3193)..8 UNIV Total Hours 14 III. Electives..9 Coursework in Upper Program IV. Major Requirements COMM 3400 The Speech and Hearing Mechanism... 3 COMM 4410 Phonetics... 3 COMM 4500 Methods and Procedures..3 COMM 4510 Articulation and Phonological Development and Disorders 3 COMM 4520 Voice Disorders and Craniofacial Anomalies. 3 COMM 4530 Language Development and Disorders 3 COMM 4640 Language and Cognitive Disorders across the Lifespan 3 COMM 4560 Speech and Hearing Science 3 COMM 4570 Neurophysiological Aspects..3 COMM 4580 WI Fluency Disorders.. 4 COMM 4600 Introduction to Audiology 3 COMM 4601 Clinical Practicum I in Audiology...1 COMM 4610 WI Writing for Speech Language Pathology and Audiology... 4 COMM 4620 WI Aural Rehabilitation, Habilitation,

6 and Hearing Conservation..4 COMM 4621 Clinical Practicum II in Audiology COMM 4911 Observations in Speech Pathology...1 COMM 4912 Clinical Procedures in Speech..3 Total Hours 51 V. Concentration Requirements Electives 1, 2.12 Total Minimum Requirements To meet this requirement, students must select four courses from the following: ANTH 3740, BIOL 2100/2101, BIOL 2110/2110, BIOL 2200, BIOL 2410, BIOL 3160, BIOL 3303, BIOL 4103, COMM 4903, COMM 3203, COMM 3213, ECHE 3100, ECHE 3200, FNDS 3760, FNDS 4050, FNDS 4400, FNDS 4500, FNDS 4600, FSE 2120, FSE 2140, FSE 4703, GERO 4400, GERO 4500, GERO 4700, GERO 4800, PSYC 2120, PSYC 3123, PSYC 3280, PSYC 3450, PSYC 3510, PSYC 3520, PSYC 3660, PSYC 3780, PSYC 4330, PSYC 4340, PSYC 4350, PSYC 4623, SCED 4000, SOCI 2010, SOCI 3250, 4300, SOCI 4400, SOCI 4450, SOCI 4500, SOCI 4700 or courses the advisor deems appropriate. 2 Students may earn a minor in Psychology by completing 18 credit hours from the following courses: PSYC 2110, PSYC 3123, PSYC 3280, PSYC 3450, PSYC 3510, PSYC 3520, PSYC 3660, PSYC 3780, PSYC 4330, PSYC 4340, PSYC 4350.

7 Name: Application for Admission Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program Last First Middle Initial Student Number (S number): Date of Birth: (mm/dd/yyyy) Date of Application: (mm/dd/yyyy) Semester and Year of Application: Address: Telephone: City State Zip Code ( ) Current Cumulative GPA: List of Colleges and Universities Attended: Courses Credit Hours Grade Received English Composition I English Composition II English Literature Intro to Human Communication Student Signature Date

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