Degree Course Sequence
Summer - pre-1st Year Coursework
The summer prior to the student's first full time semester of coursework, the following course is necessary to undertake in order to facilitate externship placement the following summer:
CEDF 706 – Social, Historical, Philosophical Foundations of Education
An in-depth study of the social, historical, and philosophical foundations of education and their impact on the American school.
This link reveals the sequence of first year courses leading to a MS degree in Speech-Language Pathology. The first year curriculum is full-time, with day classes, followed by the second year of mostly evening classes to allow for attending externship. All students are required to complete courses in the sequence they are offered.
The summer set of classes during the first year of coursework for degree graduate students.
The second year of coursework for the matriculated student. Notably, practicum is only offered during weekdays and classes are usually scheduled only for the evening hours.
Students needing to further enhance clinical skill-sets may enroll in this summer practicum at the end of their second year, with the understanding that their degree will not be conferred prior to September.