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Speech-Language Pathology Course Descriptions

Learn more about the M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology (S.L.P.) program.

SLPM 6001 Foundations of Speech, Language and Cognition
SLPM 6004 Advanced Anatomy of the Speech and Hearing Mechanisms
SLPM 6006 Statistics for Clinical Research
SLPM 6008 Speech Sound Disorders
SLPM 6009 Language Disorders of Children
SLPM 6010 Diagnostic Methods and Clinical Processes (with lab)
SLPM 6011 Voice Disorders
SLPM 6012 Fluency Disorders
SLPM 6013 Neuromotor Speech Disorders
SLPM 6014 Dysphagia
SLPM 6019 Adult Neurogenic Language Disorders
SLPM 6020 Adult Neurogenic Cognitive Disorders
SLPM 6022 Audiology
SLPM 6023 Aural Habilitation/Rehabilitation
SLPM 6029 Seminar in Early Intervention
6031 Seminar in Counseling
SLPM 6032 Neuroscience
SLPM 6035 School-Based Speech-Language-Hearing Services
SLPM 6040; 6041; 6042; 6043; 6044 6044 Clinical Practicum Experiences
SLPM 6045; 6046; 6047 Seminar in Ethics and Professional Issues
SLPM 6050 Diagnostics Lab
SLPM Bioinstrumentation w/Lab
SLPM 6053 Adaptive and Augmentative Communication Systems & Devices
SLPM 6054 Adaptive and Augmentative Communication Systems & Devices II
SLPM 6055 Adaptive and Augmentative Communication Systems & Devices III
SLPM 6062; 6063, 6064 Management of Medical Patients I, II and III
SLPM 6066 Speech Science
SLPM 6067 External Practicum: School Setting
SLPM 6068 Pediatric Dysphagia
SLPM 6069 Research Methods in Communication Disorders
SLPM 7090 Overseas Elective
SLPM 7090 Thesis Research
SLPM 7090 Thesis
PFDM 6001 Acquisition/development of feeding/swallowing skills in children
PFDM 6002 Feeding/Swallowing Disorders in pediatric populations
PFDM 6003 Assessment and Treatment Protocols and Practices
PFDM 6004 Topics in pediatric feeding/swallowing disorders
PFDM 6005, 6006 A, B Practica:

NYP-Brooklyn Methodist Hospital

2 Observations visits

5 Training experiences

  • Students are given the opportunity to observe evaluations and treatment of premature babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Training how to perform a thorough chart review
  • Assessment of infantile oral motor reflexes
  • Exposure to equipment (i.e. bottle systems)
  • Utilization of the Infant Driven Feeding Scale
  • Interaction with parents, MD team, and other team members
  • Synthesis of information gained from evaluation/treatment and how to form treatment plan