SED 353 : AUDIOLOGY AND SPOKEN LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of hearing, hearing disorders and how they affect spoken language development, and the administration and interpretation of tests for auditory acuity that focus on the physics of sound, physical characteristics of the speech and hearing mechanisms, and the pathology, etiology and treatment of hearing loss. The course includes practical preparation in the use and care of hearing aids and amplification systems and involves a five- hour clinical. Offered Fall Term
Major credit.

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Program

Credits

3