Earn Speech Language & Hearing Sciences Academic Credit in California's Top Program
U.S. News and World Report ranked San Diego State University's Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) graduate program No. 1 in California and No. 24 in the nation. To meet the demand for this renowned program, SDSU offers the online Speech-Language Pathology Essentials program.
- Eight-week online courses
- Led by lecturers from SDSU's SLHS department
- Geared toward working professionals
- Take only the courses you need, based on interest or graduate program prerequisites
This credit program prepares students to apply to graduate programs in Speech-Language Pathology. Students may take individual courses as needed to meet prerequisite requirements for their desired graduate program. Additional courses will be offered in the coming terms.
|SLHS 0300 Introduction to Language Science||3||8/27-10/21||✔|
|SLHS 0305 Hearing Science||3||8/27-10/21|
|SLHS 0320 Phonetics||3||10/22-12/16||✔|
|SLHS 0321 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech||4||6/11-8/5||✔|
|SLHS 0340 Principles of Audiology
Prerequisite: Grade of C (2.0) or better in SLHS 305
|SLHS 0512 Phonological Acquisition and Disorders
Prerequisite: Grade of C (2.0) or better in SLHS 320
|SLHS 0513 Foundations of Speech-Language: Development
Prerequisite: SLHS 300, 320, and 321
|SLHS 0514 Foundations of Speech-Language: Differences and Disorders in Children
Prerequisite: SLHS 513
*Cost $317/unit, dates subject to change.
The SLP Essentials program is open to individuals not currently enrolled in an SDSU degree program. Completing SLP Essentials courses does not guarantee entry into any SDSU degree program.
To register for courses with listed prerequisites, contact
email@example.com. All students must demonstrate completion of prerequisite requirements prior to receiving registration link.
Concepts of hearing science. Hearing science components to include physical acoustics, anatomy and physiology of auditory system, and psychoacoustics.
Aaron C Jones
Principles of speech production and practical skills in discriminating and transcribing sounds of various dialects in English and other languages, as well as clinical populations. Competency in IPA broad and narrow transcription, classification of speech sounds, and patterns of speech
Diagnostic audiology procedures: Pure-tone testing, masking, speech recognition testing and immittance. Integration and interpretation of results from the basic audiological test battery.
Prerequisite: Grade of C (2.0) or better in SLHS 305.
June 11 - August 5