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Communication Sciences and Disorders course catalog

Communication Sciences and Disorders

2022-23 Academic Catalog Page

KAREN AUMULLER, Professional Faculty/Clinical & Externship Coordinator
B.A., Smith College; M.A., Northwestern

FIONA BRIGGS, Instructor
B.S., St. Louis University; M.A., University of Colorado-Boulder

KATHERINE BROWN, Assistant Professor
B.S., Kansas State University, M.S., Idaho State University, Ph.D., University of Washington

KRISTIN DEBLIECK, Clinical Supervisor
B.S., M.S., Southern Illinois University-Carbondale

TERRINA GOSA, Instructor
B.A., Augustana College; M.S., Illinois State University

MADISON HALEY, Clinical Supervisor
B.A., Augustana College; M.S., Purdue University

ALLISON M. HASKILL, Professor, Chair, Graduate Program Director
B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Nevada–Reno

STACIE M. HATFIELD, Assistant Professor, Center Director
B.S., Illinois State University; M.S., Western Illinois University, Ed.D.; Nova Southeastern University

ANN PERREAU, Associate Professor, Audiology Clinic Coordinator
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa

JILL POTRATZ, Assistant Professor B.S., Marquette; M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ph.D., University of Oregon

MELISSA SCHAEFFER, Clinical Supervisor B.S. & M.S., Western Illinois University

CATHERINE WEBB, Assistant Professor
B.A., Augustana College; M.S. Nazareth College; Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago

LAURI WHISKEYMAN, Clinical Supervisor
B.A. & EdS., M.S., Kent State University

LAUREL WILLIAMS, Professional Faculty/Clinical Supervisor
B.A., Augustana; M.A., University of Northern Iowa

MAJOR IN COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS.  44 credits including CSD-110; CSD-205; CSD-210; CSD-215; CSD-220; CSD-305; CSD-310; CSD-315; CSD-405; CSD-410; two from CSD-415, CSD-420, CSD-425, CSD-430; CSD-480; CSD-490; optional: CSD-105. Required supporting courses (20 credits): LING-100; Any PSYC or SOAN course; Statistics such as PSYC 240 or Math 130; any course carrying BIOL prefix that is human- or animal-based, such as BIOL-130 or BIOL-140; CHEM 131 or 132 or PHYS 121 or 151.

Departments of Education in selected states may require a Human Development Course such as PSYC 216 and therefore this course is recommended for CSD majors.

Course repeat policy: An exception to the institutional course repeat policy may be available for students who intend to apply for graduate study in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) at Augustana. With the support of the CSD department, a student may petition the Committee on Advanced Standing and Degrees to repeat and replace a course if the student has not met the minimum grade required for admission to the MS-SLP program. This option does not apply for students pursuing graduate programs elsewhere.

Grade Point Average Notation: Students must have a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher to enroll in CSD-425 and CSD-430. All courses listed in the catalog as required courses for any major and/or minor, including those courses outside of the department or with a different subject coding, are considered part of the major and will count in the grade point average. Some departments may have additional grade requirements for the courses offered within their department. Recommended supporting courses that are optional and not required may also count in the major depending on the program. For more information see your department chair or the degree requirements for Bachelor of Arts and information on Majors/Minors.


Courses (CSD)

Exploring majors?

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At Augustana, that's a plus, not a problem, as these students will agree.

Congratulations to the first SLP master’s graduates

Augustana recognized its first class of Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology graduates in a hooding ceremony during commencement weekend May 22.

Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology ceremony May 21

Augustana College will hold a hooding ceremony for its first class of Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology graduates at 2 p.m. May 21 in Wallenberg Hall, Denkmann Memorial Building.

Lindberg Center

1 in 2 Augustana grads has double (sometimes triple!) majors

Around the country, about 25% of college students double major. At Augustana, it’s much higher — 53.4% of the Class of 2020 had double or triple majors. What are the advantages?