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CD 222 Articulatory Phonological

Disorders for the Speech Language

Pathology Assistant

Study of normal articulatory phonologi-

cal development and the types, causes,

and treatment of articulatory-phonological

disorders. Ten hours of clinical observation

are required. Prerequisites: CD 210 and CD

221. (3 cr)

CD 224 Techniques for the Speech

Language Pathology Assistant

Therapy approaches and techniques for

planning and carrying out clinical practicum

designed for assistants. Prerequisite:

CD 220 and CD 222. (3 cr)

CD 225 Language Disorders and In-

tervention for the Speech Language

Pathology Assistant

The study of deviant language patterns in

school-ages children and langage differences

among varied cultures. Evidence based

intervention techniques and strategies for

children with language impairments will be

covered. Prerequisite: CD 221 and CD 222.

(3 cr)

CD 241 Practicum

Twenty-five hours of supervised practicum in

a clinical setting. Students must enroll for a

minimum of 4 credits (100 hours). Maximum

of 8 credits. Prerequisites:

CD 224 and CD 225. (1-8 cr)

CD 242 Introduction to Audiology for

the Speech Language Pathology As-

sistant

The study of anatomy/physiology of the

auditory system, basic auditory tests, admin-

istration/interpretation of these audiologic

tests, causes/treatments for various types

of hearing loss and hearing screening in the

public schools. (2 cr)

CHEM—Chemistry

CHEM 115 Introductory Chemistry

Course on elementary principles and skills

of inorganic chemistry. Designed to satisfy

= fall semester

= spring semester

= online course

the requirements for certain health fields.

Includes three laboratory hours per week.

Recommended Prerequisites: MATH 103. (4

cr)

CHEM 116

Introduction to Organic and

Biochemistry

Survey course in Organic and Biochemistry

designed to satisfy the requirements in cer-

tain health fields. Includes three laboratory

hours per week. Prerequisite: CHEM 115 or

CHEM 121. (4 cr)

CHEM 117 Chemical Concepts and Ap-

plications

Introduction to general and organic chemis-

try, with application drawn from the agricul-

tural, environments and materials sciences.

(4 cr)

CHEM 121 General Chemistry I

Course on elementary principles and theo-

ries of chemistry, chemical elements, and

their compounds. Atomic and molecular

structure, periodicity, stoichiometry, states of

matter, solutions and their reactions. Redox

reactions included. Includes three laboratory

hours per week. Corequisite: MATH 103. (5

cr)

CHEM 122 General Chemistry II

Course on liquids, solids, and gases; reac-

tion rates, thermodynamics, solutions, acids,

and bases. Includes three laboratory hours

per week. Prerequisite: CHEM 115 or 121.

(5 cr)

CHEM 241 Organic Chemistry I

This course will emphasize the nomen-

clature, structure, reactivity, methods of

preparation, chemical behavior, and reaction

mechanisms of carbon compounds together

with fundamental principles and theories of

organic spectroscopy. Some applications of

carbon-based compounds include proteins,