CDIS 589 P - Internship in Speech/Lang Path
Full title:Internship in Speech-Language Pathology
Course description:Supervised clinical experience in evaluation and therapy at a cooperating institution, with selected study in pertinent areas. Students in 589 will deliver treatment to multiple clients/advanced clients at a single/multiple setting(s), and complete intermediate to advanced evaluations/assessments with minimal assist. Practicum experiences may be obtained at off-campus sites such as outpatient/inpatient hospitals/clinics, rehabilitation centers, acute care settings, and specialized clinics/centers. Other settings may be available with approval of the Clinical Director or Graduate Coordinator. CDIS 589 enrollment requires that students complete 5 full days per week for at least 8 weeks (36-40 hours per week). Students must accrue at least 100 hours in CDIS 589. Part-time equivalents (fewer hours per week for 9+ weeks) may be arranged if available and approved by the Clinical Director or Graduate Coordinator. Students must follow the established schedule of the supervising therapist at the participating site. Students should be advised that some clinical internship sites require 10-16 week commitments. (May be repeated once for credit. Additional repeats/credits must be approved by the CDIS graduate student advisory committee.) Prerequisite: Successful completion of CDIS 505, completion of 300 clock hours, appropriate skill level on the CPSA and KASA, and verification of additional requirements as listed in the Graduate Student Handbook. Weekly classroom seminar may be required. (F, S, Su)
Instructor: Nicole Whitehouse
06-6 000
Grade mode:Normal (A,B,C,D,F,I,W)
Course dates
Starts:June 3, 2024
End:July 26, 2024
Census date:June 21, 2024
Registration dates:March 31, 2024 - June 5, 2024
Last day to drop:June 5, 2024
Last day to withdraw:July 12, 2024
Meeting dates and times
Course fees
AmountUnitDetail codeDescription
$100Flat feePFDCCDIS Course Fee
Course Pre-requisites
(TestTest scoreCourse)Connector
(CDIS 505 P)

Fall 2023 Course Information