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CDO 550 Communication Assessment and Intervention in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders 3(3-0)

This course examines procedures for assessment of communication, lan- guage, and speech of students with autism spectrum disorders, and reviews strategies for enhancing communication and language. Prerequisites: SPE 530 Autism Spectrum Disorders: Characteristics and Etiology, and senior or graduate status.

CDO 643 Disorders of Hearing 3(3-0)

Disorders resulting from diseases, injury of the ear, and lesions of the nervous system from the point of view of audiometric diagnosis. Prerequisite: admis- sion to the Au.D. Program. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 720 Anatomy and Physiology Underlying Neuro-otology 3(3-0) In-depth study of the anatomy/physiology of the auditory and vestibular systems. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program.

CDO 721 Audiological Aspects of Pharmacology and Microbiology 3(3-0)

Principles of microbiology and bacterial pathogenesis important to audiol- ogy, antibiotic therapy for ear infections, common adverse effects, antibiotic resistance, and strategies that minimize pathogen transmission. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program. This course is approved for offering in a dis- tance learning format.

CDO 730 Experimental Studies in Communication Disorders 3(3-0)

Selection of a research topic: study of designs, scaling methods, statistics and computer analysis of research in audiology and speech-language pathol- ogy; preparation of a prospectus; and critical review of research literature in communication disorders. Prerequisite: admission to the graduate program in speech-language pathology or audiology.

CDO 741 Special Topics in Audiology 1-9(Spec) Current topics for each semester listed in the Class Schedule. 3 hours each; maximum credit 9 hours. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. Program.

CDO 744 Occupational and Environmental Hearing Conservation 3(3-0)

Effects of noise as a health hazard especially related to hearing. Government regulations regarding noise levels in vocational environments. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. Program. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 752 Amplification for the Hearing Impaired 3(3-0)

Study of topics related to prosthetic amplification including electroacoustic characteristics, clinical measures, relationship of electro-and psycho-acoustic measures and delivery systems. Prerequisite: admission to the Au.D. Pro- gram.

CDO 754 Pediatric Audiology 3(3-0)

Study and evaluation of auditory function of neonates, infants, and young children. Prerequisite: admission to the Au.D. Program. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 756 Early Identification and Management of Hearing Loss 3(3-0)

Principles underlying early hearing detection and intervention programs in- cluding universal newborn screening, assessment and management of hearing loss. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program and CDO 754. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 762 Advanced Amplification for the Hearing-Impaired 3(3-0)

Advanced study of amplification for the hearing-impaired including special clinical procedures, research needs, and evolving technology in hearing instru- ments. Prerequisites: admission to theAu.D. program and CDO 752.This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 763 Audiological Rehabilitation Considerations in Education 3(3-0)

Study of management, educational placement, and remediation strategies for hearing-impaired children. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 764 Audiologic Rehabilitation for Adults 3(3-0)

Focuses on the audiological management of hearing loss in adults. Assessment of communication function and implementation of appropriate remedial strategies are emphasized. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program and CDO 763. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 769 Intermediate Clinical Practicum: Audiology 3-9(Spec)

Clinical practicum providing for the independent performance of basic audio- logic procedures, including hearing aid management. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program, completion of CDO 759.

CDO 772 Advanced Technology & Practice Aspects of Amplification 3(3-0)

Examination of current and future technologies that relate to amplification and their potential for impact on both clinical and research domains. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program, CDO 752, CDO 762. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

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CDO 781 Electrophysiological Techniques in Audiology 3(2-2)

Study of evoked responses used in diagnostic audiology. Includes ABR, AMLR, ECochG, ALR, P300, ENOG, VER and SSER. Prerequisites: CDO 771, admission to the Au.D. program.

CDO 782 Evaluation and Management of Balance Disorders 3(3-0)

A review of the anatomy, physiology of balance, differential diagnostic pro- cedures such as electonystagmography, posturology and rotational testing, and the rehabilitation of the balance disordered patient. Prerequisites: admis- sion to the Au.D. program. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 783 Advanced Electrophysiological Techniques in Audiology 3(3-0)

Advanced audiological diagnostic techniques used for electric and Magnetic ABR, Brain Mapping, AMLR, ALR, P300, MMN, ENOG, SSER & VER. Prereq- uisites: admission to the Au.D. program, CDO 781. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 785 Auditory Processing Disorders 3(3-0)

Principles underlying neuroanatomic and neurophysiologic bases of auditory processing and auditory processing disorders, behavioral and electrophysiologic assessment strategies, and management of auditory processing disorders. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 790 Advanced Independent Study 1-9(Spec)

Intensive study of a subject area initiated by the student and guided by faculty member or faculty committee. Prerequisites: permission of advisor and instructor and completion of CDO independent study form. Students can take no more than 3 credits at one time.

CDO 849 Advanced Clinical Practicum: Audiology 4-12(Spec)

Clinical practicum which encompasses the entire range of audiologic proce- dures including rehabilitation. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program, completion of CDO 769.

CDO 853 Psychosocial Aspects of Hearing Loss 3(3-0)

An investigation into the advising role of the audiologist with persons having hearing impairment. Psychological, social, and vocational aspects of hearing loss are emphasized. Prerequisites: admission to theAu.D. program.This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 863 Professional Issues in the Practice of Audiology 3(3-0)

Issues of a professional nature which impact on the practice of audiology. Topics include accreditation/certification, quality assurance, reimbursement, establishing a private practice, and professional liability. Prerequisites: admis- sion to the Au.D. program. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 898 Doctoral Project 1-12(Spec) Doctoral project. CR/NC only. Prerequisites: admission to the Au.D. program, CDO 730. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CED - Counselor Education and Personal Development

CED 502 Student Development in Higher Education 3(3-1)

The collegestudentpersonnel movement,itssocial,psychological,and cultural foundations. Student development functions; career program models; legal, ethical, and professional considerations; roles of the professional.

CED 503 Introduction to Community Agency Counseling 3(3-0)

An overview of issues and trends in community agency counseling. Topics include: history, professional orientation, philosophy, finance, administration, community resources and special concerns.

CED 504 Introduction to School Counseling 3(3-0) History and philosophy of school counseling programs. Role and function of school counselors.

CED 505 Orientation to the Counseling Profession 1(1-0)

Orient students to the profession by examining history, identity, and process of becoming a professional counselor in a diverse society. Prerequisites: Graduate Status.

CED 515 Basic Group Participation 1(Spec) Facilitated group counseling where students experience being in the role of client/group participant. CR/NC only.

CED 540 Counseling for Addictions 3(3-0)

Presentation and application of basic theories, techniques and resources for dealing with a broad range of addictive behavior, both substance related and behaviorally focused. Prerequisites: Senior or graduate status.

CED 545 School Counseling Seminar 3(3-0)

Discussion and individual investigation into topics and critical incidents ger- mane to schools. Recommendations and solutions by professionals in the field are reviewed. Prerequisites: CED 504.

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