College of Communications

MA Communicative Disorders

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating articulation and phonological disorders
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating developmental language disorders
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating acquired neurologial disorders
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating communicative disorders related to cognitive impairment.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating social/pragmatic problems
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating voice disorders
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating fluency disorders
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating swallowing disorders
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating hearing disorders
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills acquisition in diagnosing and treating the use of alternative/augmentative communication (AAC) system
  • Mastery of clinical Knowledge and Skills Acquisition (KASA) competencies: The learning goal for the Communicative Disorders major is for students to demonstrate the mastery of clinical KASA competencies. This goal includes SLOs 1-10: Demonstrate clinical competence in diagnosing and treating: 1. articulation and phonological disorders 2. developmental language disorders 3. acquired neurological disorders 4. cognitive impairment 5. social/pragmatic problems 6. voice disorders 7. fluency disorders 8. dysphagia 9. hearing impairment 10. modalities of communication
*Retrieved from Compliance Assist January 2, 2019. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.