Anatomy and Physiology of Speech, Hearing, and Language Mechanisms

Course Details
Department
& Course Number
COMSDIS 220, LEC 201
Class Number
24729
Course Level
Undergraduate
Credits
4
Meets Requirements
Instructor
Sabine Heuer
Course Dates
May 26-August 15, 2020 (12 weeks)

We will study the anatomical structures and functions involved in speech and language. We will study the brain, lungs, diaphragm, larynx, tongue and many more structures that are vital for communication. You will gain a deep understanding of the complex anatomical basis of speech and language. This class is one of three courses required for admission into the Communication Sciences and Disorders major  (students need a cumulative B average in the three core courses to be admitted into the major).

Course Syllabus (.pdf)