Fluency Courses at CSUF
CSUF offers two courses on stuttering. One is an undergraduate course and the other is a graduate level course. The courses are as follows:
HCOM 475: Introduction to Fluency Disorders
This undergraduate course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the nature, development and characteristics of stuttering. Normal disfluency, core behaviors and secondary behaviors will be introduced. Theory and principles that guide you in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment will be presented.
This course is offered during the Fall Semesters and is for 3 units. Current prerequisites include: HCOM 241, 242, 307 and 344.
HCOM 571: Seminar in Fluency Disorders
This graduate level seminar is designed to review the nature, development and characteristics of stuttering. The etiology and theories of stuttering will be discussed in-depth. Steps involved in completing a full diagnostic evaluation will be discussed. Students will also learn the principles for the formulation and implementation of appropriate treatment plans.
This course is offered during the Fall and Spring Semesters and is for 3 units. Current prerequisites include: Admission to M.A. program in HCOM, HCOM 475.