MINOR IN SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY

This is a joint programme of the Linguistics Section (Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities and Education) and the Faculty of Medical Sciences. (The full programme may also be taken as a Certificate programme.)

The pre-requisites for this Minor are LING 1001 Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology, LING 1002 Introduction to Morphology and Syntax and LING 1005 Introduction to Language which are all pre-requisites for LING 2101 (in turn a pre-requisite for LING 2105).

MDSC 1003 Introduction to Audiology (Semester 1) and MDSC 1004 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology (Semesters 1 and 2, 6 credits) are very strongly recommended.

The Minor consists of 15 credits as follows:

LING 2006 Speech and Hearing Science
LING 2101 Language Acquisition
LING 2105 Language Development and Language Learning Disabilities
• MDSC 2003 Clinical Management
• EDSE 6213 Introduction to Special Education (4 credits)

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