Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, Minor
A speech, language and hearing sciences minor at Saint Louis University is an introduction to speech-language pathology and audiology.
The minor is most helpful to students interested in a health care or educational setting, including those majoring in physical therapy, occupational therapy, education and special education. Students must complete a minimum of 17 credits to complete the speech, language and hearing sciences minor.
SLU students minoring in speech, language and hearing sciences take the following courses.
|SLHS 1000||Introduction to Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences||3|
|SLHS 2400||Foundations of Language||3|
|SLHS 3700||Speech and Language Development||3|
|SLHS 4200||Audiology: Basic Audiometry||3|
|Choose One of the Following:|
|SLHS 4150||Survey of Speech & Language Disorders||3|
|or SLHS 4400||Aural Rehabilitation|
|or SLHS 4500||Neurological Basis of Communication|
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