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Self and Other Course Pairing

Introduction to Communication Disorders (SP 103)

This course is a survey of the disorders of speech, language, and hearing in pediatric, adolescent, and adult populations. The role of the speech-language pathologist and audiologist in the identification and treatment of individuals with these disorders is addressed. Students learn the professional vocabulary and concepts that are the foundation for advanced courses in the department.

Faculty biography

Dr. Lisa Schoenbrodt
Bio coming soon!

Experience of Theater (DR 251)

Students experience theatre by performing different roles associated with theatrical production. Students act as readers, audience members, actors, reviewers, playwrights, directors, and designers. An emphasis is placed on students understanding and experiencing all aspects of the theatrical process. Includes attendance at theatre productions on campus and in the Baltimore/Washington area.

Faculty biography

Dr. James Bunzli
Bio coming soon!

Mentor biography

Coming soon!

Virtual Advisor

This course pairing is strongly recommended for students interested in exploring a Speech Language Hearing Science major. The statistics course satisfies a core requirement for Speech Language Hearing Science majors and social science majors.  DR 251 satisfies the Fine Arts core requirement for all students. 

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