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Voice Disorders (SPH-630)

Semester: Spring 2024
Number: 0878-630-200
Instructor: Steven Cox
Days: Monday 4:00 pm - 5:50 pm
Note: Traditional In-Person Class
Location: Garden City - Hy Weinberg Center 220
Credits: 3

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Related Syllabi: Irene Kling for Fall 2016*

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A review of normal ventilatory, laryngeal and supralaryngeal function for voice production; an overview of clinical voice disorders, their classification, diagnosis and management; and an opportunity to obtain and interpret objective clinical measure of phonatory function using acoustic and physiologic measurement systems is provided.

Learning Goals:   PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, students will DEMONSTRATE:1) an understanding of the normal ventilatory, laryngeal, and supralaryngeal function during voice production (ASHA III-C – assessed by course grade, midterm & final exams, & labs)2) an understanding of clinical voice disorders, their diagnosis and therapeutic management (ASHA III-D, IV-G 1&2 - assessed by course grade, midterm & final exams, & labs)3) the ability to discuss the acquisition, interpretation, and utility of common clinical measures of phonatory function (ASHA III-D, IV-G 1&2 - assessed by course grade, midterm & final exams, & labs)

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