BS Speech and Hearing Sciences

Fall 2016

Degree: Bachelor of Science
Major: Speech and Hearing Science
Concentration:

General Education Core Curriculum 

Communication - 6 Hours:

ENGL 1301 - Composition I

One From:

  • COMM 1315 - Public Speaking I
  • DSDE 1371 - American Sign Language I
  • FREN 1311 - Beginning French I
  • SPAN 1311 - Beginning Spanish I

Mathematics - 3 Hours:

MATH 1314 - College Algebra (Non-Calculus)

MATH 1342 - Statistics

MATH 1316 - Trigonometry

MATH 1325 - Calculus for Business Applications

MATH 1332 - Contemporary Mathematics I

MATH 1414 - Precalculus I

MATH 2311 - Precalculus I

MATH 2312 - Precalculus II

MATH 2413 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry I

MATH 2414 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry II

Life and Physical Sciences* - 6 Hours from:

BIOL 1308 - General Biology (Non-Majors)

BIOL 1315 - Plants and Human Society (Non-Majors)

BIOL 1406* - General Biology I (Majors)

BIOL 1407* - General Biology II (Majors)

BIOL 2306 - Environmental Science

BIOL 2401* - Anatomy and Physiology I

BIOL 2402* - Anatomy and Physiology II

CHEM 1306 - Chemistry for Allied Health Sciences

CHEM 1308 - Biochemistry for Allied Health Sciences

CHEM 1311 - General Chemistry I

CHEM 1312 - General Chemistry II

GEOL 1390 - Introduction to Environmental and Physical Geology

GEOL 1403* - Geology I: Physical Geology

GEOL 1404* - Geology II: Historical Geology

PHYS 1305 - Elementary Physics I Lecture

PHYS 1307 - Elementary Physics II Lecture

PHYS 1311 -Introduction to Astronomy Lecture

PHYS 1401* - College Physics I

PHYS 1402* - College Physics II

PHYS 1405* - Elementary Physics I

PHYS 1407* - Elementary Physics II

PHYS 1411* - Intro Astronomy

PHYS 2425* - University Physics I

PHYS 2426* - University Physics II

SPSC 1301 - Space Exploration

SPSC 1401* - Space Science

Note: You can earn your B.S. degree with any two sciences; however, students who seek a professional graduate degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences must complete one physical and one biological science.

Language, Philosophy and Culture - 3 Hours From:

ENGL 2300 - Close Reading

ENGL 2310 - British Literature Before 1800

ENGL 2320 - British Literature After 1800

ENGL 2322 - British Literature

ENGL 2326 - American Literature

ENGL 2331 - World Literature

ENGL 2371 - Masterworks of Asian Literature

ENGL 2376 - African-American Literature

PHIL 1370 - Philosophy of Knowledge

PHIL 2306 - Ethics

Creative Arts - 3 Hours From:

ARTS 1301 - Art Appreciation I

ARTS 1303 - Art History I

DANC 2304 - Dance Appreciation

MUSI 1306 - Music Appreciation

MUSI 1310 - History of Rock and Roll

COMM 1375 - Film Appreciation

PHIL 1330 - Arts and Ideas

THEA 1310 - Introduction to Theatre

American History - 6 Hours from:

HIST 1301 - US History I 1763-1877

HIST 1302 - US History II Since 1877

HIST 2301 - Texas History

Government/Political Science - 6 Hours:

POLS 2301 - Introduction to American Government I

POLS 2302 - Introduction to American Government II

Social and Behavioral Sciences - 3 Hours:

BULW 1370 - Business Environment and Public Policy

ECON 1301 - Principles and Policies

ECON 2301 - Principles of Economics I Macro

ECON 2302 - Principles of Economics II Micro

INEN 2373 - Engineering Economics

PSYC 2301 - General Psychology

SOCI 1301 - Introduction to Sociology

Component Area Option - 6 Hours from:

Option One:

ENGL 1302 - Composition II

Two 1-hour science labs from the courses marked with * above

One from:

  • LIBR 1101 - Introduction to LOibrary Research
  • HNRS 2160 - Scholars Development Seminar
  • LMAR 1101 - University Success Seminar
  • or a carryover hour from a 4-hour mathematics course taken above

Option Two:

ENGL 1302 - Composition II

One From:

  • MATH 1316 - Trigonometry
  • MATH 1325 - Calculus for Business Applications
  • MATH 1342 - Statistics
  • MATH 1350 - Math for Elementary School Teachers
  • MATH 1414 - Precalculus I
  • MATH 2312 - Precalculus II
  • MATH 2413 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry I
  • MATH 2414 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry II
  • BUAL 2310 - Business Analysis I
  • INEN 2301 - Applications of Quantitative Methods
  • PSYC 2317 - Introduction to Statistical Methods

Option Three:

One From:

  • MATH 1316 - Trigonometry
  • MATH 1325 - Calculus for Business Applications
  • MATH 1342 - Statistics
  • MATH 1350 - Math for Elementary School Teachers
  • MATH 1414 - Precalculus I
  • MATH 2305 - Discrete Mathematics
  • MATH 2310 - Mathematical Modeling I
  • MATH 2312 - Precalculus II
  • MATH 2413 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry I
  • MATH 2414 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry II
  • MATH 3370 - Introduction to the Theory of Statistical Inference
  • BUAL 2310 - Business Analysis I
  • INEN 2301 - Applications of Quantitative Methods
  • PSYC 2317 - Introduction to Statistical Methods

Two 1-hour science labs from the courses marked with * above

One From:

  • LIBR 1101 - Introduction to LOibrary Research
  • HNRS 2160 - Scholars Development Seminar
  • LMAR 1101 - University Success Seminar
  • or a carryover hour from a 4-hour mathematics course taken above

Required Courses for Major

 Core - 18 Hours:

DSDE 1374 - Introduction to Deaf Studies

SPHS 3310 -  Language Acquisition

SPHS 3312 - Hearing Anatomy, Physiology and Disorders

SPHS 3314 - Speech and Hearing Science

SPHS 3318 - Speech Anatomy and Physiology

SPHS 4334 - Audiology I

Electives - 18 Hours From:

SPHS 3320 - Language and Phonological Disorders

SPHS 4330 - Voice and Fluency Disorders

SPHS 4338 - Organically Based Communication Disorders

SPHS 4340 - Audiology II

SPHS 4336 - Clinical Process

SPHS 4332 - Neurology

SPHS 4342 - Audiologic Rehabilitation

SPHS 4350 - Problems and Projects

Support Courses - 6 Hours:

SPHS 1371 - Introduction to Speech Language Disorders

SPHS 2370 - Phonetics

Professional Electives - 30 Hours:

6-9 hours of professional electives must be upper level coursework. If you take more than 18 hours of the major electives, you will only need 6 hours of upper level coursework. Coursework in related fields of study are appropriate (e.g. Education, Psychology, Sociology, Biology, English, Communication). See advisor for final decisions on electives.

Foundation Electives - 6 Hours:

PSYC 2315 - Lifespan Development

One From:

  • COMM 3301 - Intercultural Communication
  • COMM 3320 - Communicating in Families

Hours

120