Bachelor of Science in Audiology and Speech-Language

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  • Course description
    In this comprehensive pre-professional program, students take academic courses and observe and participate in supervised clinical practica. These activities are designed to provide a strong base for entry into a professional certifying degree program at the master's degree level in speech-language pathology or at the doctoral degree level in audiology. This degree program does not lead to certification of any type. Students cannot find employment as an audiologist or as a speech-language pathologist with only the bachelor’s degree in audiology and speech-language sciences; however, positions can be found as audiology technicians and/or speech-language pathology assistants.
    The degree program can be modified to serve as an excellent undergraduate foundation for entry into the master's degree program in Severe Needs: Hearing (Deaf Education). Students interested in pursuing this option should see their advisor.

    Program Requirements:
    • In addition to fulfilling the specified major requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in Audiology and Speech-Language Sciences, a grade of “C-” or better must be earned in all of the Required Major Credit, Required Supporting Credit, and Specified LAC Credit courses in order for the courses to count toward the major.
    • In addition, the University requirement of a UNC cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 for graduation must also be met.

    Degree Requirements — 120 Credits
    Required Specified LAC — 22-25 credits
    LAC area 1.b. — Intermediate Composition
    Choose one of the following courses:
    ENG 123 College Research Paper (3)
    SCI 291 Scientific Writing (3)
    LAC area 2 — Mathematics
    Choose one of the following courses:
    MATH 124 College Algebra (4)
    MATH 125 Plane Trigonometry (3)
    MATH 127 Elementary Functions (4)
    MATH 131 Calculus I (4)
    LAC area 5.c. — Human Behavior and Social Systems
    ASLS 160 Introduction to Human Communication and Its Disorders (3)
    One course with either a PSY or SOC prefix
    LAC area 6 — Physical and Life Sciences
    BIO 101 Biological Perspectives (4)
    BIO 110 Principles of Biology (4)
    One course with either CHEM or PHYS prefix (3-5 credits)
    LAC area 8 — Multicultural Studies
    ASL 101 American Sign Language I (3)
    Remaining LAC — 15-18 credits
    See “Liberal Arts Core Checklist 2010-2011”

    Required Major — 37-38 credits
    Take all of the following courses:
    ASLS 260 Introduction to Phonetics (2)
    ASLS 266 Normal Speech and Language Development (3)
    ASLS 267 Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism (3)
    ASLS 343 Fundamentals of Physiological and Biological Acoustics (2)
    ASLS 360 Articulation and Voice Disorders (3)
    ASLS 365 Language Disorders in Children (3)
    ASLS 366 Language Sampling Processes (1)
    ASLS 370 Basic Audiology (4)
    ASLS 469 Clinical Processes in Speech-Language Pathology (4)
    ASLS 478 Aural Rehabilitation and Amplification (3)
    BIO 245 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (4)
    LIB 150 Introduction to Undergraduate Research (1)
    Choose one course from each of the following groups that aligns with area of interest for graduate studies:
    Group A:
    ASLS 431 Organically-Based Communication Disorders (3)
    ASLS 487 Advanced Audiology (3)
    Group B:
    ASLS 474 Clinical Practicum in Audiology (1)
    ASLS 483 Entry/Primary Speech-Language Pathology Practicum (2)

    University-Wide Credits — 42-43 credits
    Complete additional credits to achieve the minimum credits needed for this degree at UNC; for this degree, that will typically be 42-43 credits.

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