Curriculum


proStuGradCurThe graduate program is 51 credit hours for those pursuing a non-thesis creative component (aka comprehensive examination) and 57 credit hours for those pursuing a Master’s Thesis. Course work in communication sciences and disorders and research design is combined with a minimum of 400 clock hours of clinical practicum experience.

Typical Course Sequence for Graduate Program (2016-2018)

Fall - 1st YearSpring - 1st Year
5143 Phonological Disorders 5333 Voice Disorders
5013 Research Methods in CSD 5153 Neurological Communication Disorders
5193 Motor Speech Disorders 5113 Adv. Language Disorders in Children
5210 Advanced Practicum 5210 Advanced Practicum
Summer - 1st Year
5210 Advanced Practicum
5730 Augmentative/Altern. Communication
Fall - 2nd YearSpring - 2nd Year
5163 Dysphagia 5243 Lang. Dis. School-Age & Adolescents
5713 Fluency Disorders 5210 Advanced Practicum
5210 Advanced Practicum 5433 Cleft Palate
5183 Traumatic Brain Injury & Dementia  

Graduate course descriptions (PDF, 2.96 MB)

If you have any questions regarding externship placement, please contact Megan Whitehead, the Externship Coordinator, at megan.whitehead@okstate.edu or by phone at 918-594-8573.