SPHHRNG 3320D PRINCIPLES OF PHONETICS
Provides articulatory and acoustic descriptions of speech sounds and a comparative study of phonetic transcription systems.
Instructor: Barry Baker, baker. firstname.lastname@example.org
SPHHRNG 3330D LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
Introduction to language acquisition in normal children.
Instructor: Morgan Oates, email@example.com
SPHHRNG 3340D INTRODUCTION TO THE ART AND SCIENCE OF SOUND
Designed to teach the basic principles of acoustics to undergraduate students in the Arts and Sciences who have had little previous experience with math or biological and physical sciences. The student should gain an appreciation of the concepts underlying the generation, transmission and measurement of sound waves traveling through air.
Instructor: Sarah Yoho Leopold, firstname.lastname@example.org
SPHHRNG 3360D OBSERVATION IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY
Observation in appraisal and treatment of communication disorders.
*Prerequisite: SPHHRNG 2230
Instructor: Jennifer Brello, email@example.com
SPHHRNG 4420D ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND SCIENCE OF SPEECH
Anatomy and physiology of the structures involved in speech production and the acoustic characteristics of speech sounds.
*Prerequisite: SPHHRNG 3320
Instructor: Meredith Suhr, firstname.lastname@example.org
SPHHRNG 4440D ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND SCIENCE OF HEARING
The anatomical properties and physiological processes of the system of hearing and balance in humans and the stimulus processing capabilities of the normal auditory system.
*Prerequisite: SPHHRNG 3340
Instructor: Eric Bielefeld, email@example.com
SPHHRNG 4540D INTRODUCTION TO AUDIOLOGY
The nature, causes, identification, and rehabilitative treatment of persons with hearing disorders.
*Prerequisite: SPPHRNG 4440
Instructor: Christina Roup, firstname.lastname@example.org
SPHHRNG 5732D INTRODUCTION TO AURAL REHABILITATION
Assessment and management of communication disorders associated with hearing loss.
Course format is asynchronous lectures with optional live office hours.
*Prerequisite: SPHHRNG 4540
Instructor: Julie Hazelbaker, email@example.com
*Some of the above courses require completion of specific prerequisites. If you did not complete the prerequisite at OSU, permission from instructor will be required. Please contact the instructor via email. If permission to enroll is granted, forward the permission message to department staff member, Mary Jo Keller, firstname.lastname@example.org. Current OSU Speech and Hearing Science students must follow the prerequisite rules as indicated by the course catalog.
Each course is 3 credit hours. To register for more than 4 courses, contact department staff member, Mary Jo Keller, email@example.com.