Jan 26, 2022  
Graduate Catalog 2009-2011 
    
Graduate Catalog 2009-2011 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 500-, 600-, and 700-level courses are graduate courses.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the field and department or program to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents and the index.

The following course designations  are not in use at Hunter College for currently offered courses.
 

 

Chemistry

  
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    CHEM 64000 - Biochemistry 1


    Organic and physical chemistry of proteins, Enzymes: kinetics and mechanism of action. Biological oxidation: Krebs cycle, transport, oxidative phosporylation. Carbohydrate metabolism.

    Credits lec., 3 cr
  
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    CHEM 64100 - Biochemistry 2


    Metabolism, biomedical genetics, immuno-biochemistry, hormones, muscle biochemistry.

    prereq: CHEM 64000 or BIO 71013 or 30000
    Credits lec., 3 cr
  
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    CHEM 64300A - Seminar


    A discussion of current chemical research problems based either upon a unifying theme or, at the option of the instructor, upon selected topics of interest to the students.

    Credits 1 cr
  
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    CHEM 64300B - Seminar


    A discussion of current chemical research problems based either upon a unifying theme or, at the option of the instructor, upon selected topics of interest to the students.

    Credits 1 cr
  
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    CHEM 65000 - Biophysical Biochemistry


    Physical chemistry as applied to biochemical systems.

    Credits 4 cr
  
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    CHEM 65000 - Biophysical Chemistry


    Essential physical chemical principles as applied to biological problems. Emphasis on kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibria.

    prereq: 1 year organic chemistry, 1 year biology, MATH 15000 or equivalent
    Hours 4 hrs,
    Credits 4 cr
    Fall
  
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    CHEM 65500 - Demonstrations, Models, and Technology


    Demonstrations, models, and technology.

    Credits 3 cr
  
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    CHEM 66000 - Challenging Concepts in Chemistry


    Overview of research and theory related to misconceptions in chemistry. Students will be expected to develop a research proposal or to conduct the research in their own classrooms, and write a paper in the form of a journal article. The article will serve as the culminating project for the science portion of the MA.

    Hours 4 hrs,
    Credits 4 cr
  
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    CHEM 69803 - Chemical Genomics


    The advent of high-throughput technologies and powerful computational tools is transforming the manner new drugs are developed. This course (bioinformatics) is designed to introduce students to two emerging areas of drug development, namely (1) computer-assisted drug design and (2)personalized medicine. Computer-assisted drug design is an approach to design drugs based on three dimensional structures of macromolecules. Personalized medicine, on the other hand, aims at tailoring patient treatments based on individual genetic information (biomarkers). In this course, students will be first equipped with fundamental theoretical and experimental concepts related to these topics. Then, they will learn how to acquire new knowledge in these exciting fields of drug development through critical analysis of literature.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    CHEM 71000 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry


    The theoretical and experimental fundamentals of atomic and molecular structure. Emphasis is on physical interpretation.

    prereq: an advanced undergraduate inorganic chemistry course or CHEM 76000
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    CHEM 79900 - Thesis Research


    Individual research under supervision. Limited to students matriculated for the MA in chemistry.

    Credits 3 cr
    permission of department required

Chemistry Fundamental

  
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    CHEM 75000 - Advanced Organic Chemistry I


    Fundamentals of organic chemical principles, reactions and structures.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    CHEM 75100 - Advanced Organic Chemistry II


    A continuation of CHEM 75000

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    CHEM 75200 - Quantum Organic Chemistry


    The application of modern theoretical techniques to organic chemical problems

    prereq: CHEM 75000 and CHEM 76000
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    CHEM 76000 - Introductory Quantum Chemistry


    Systematic development of the theories of chemistry including mathematical development and structural effects and the application of these theories to chemical systems.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    CHEM 76100 - Spectroscopy


    A continuation of CHEM 76000

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    CHEM 77000 - Chemical Thermodynamics


    The development of the thermodynamic foundations of chemical processes: both the classical and statistical-mechanical approaches will be used.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr

Chinese

  
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    CHIN 70100 - Chinese Phonology and Romanization


     

    This course will introduce Chinese phonetics, phonology, and the major sound transcription systems commonly used in teaching Chinese as a foreign language and found in Chinese dictionaries. Emphasis will be on acquiring accurate tones and standard pronunciation for English-speaking learners as well as learners who speak a Chinese dialect at home. 

    Hours 3
    Credits 3

  
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    CHIN 70200 - Modern Chinese Pedagogical Grammar


     This course will introduce the grammatical system of modern Mandarin Chinese, including the characteristics of grammatical morphemes, word order, and sentence and discourse structures. The content will highlight difficulties for native speakers of English and helping them to overcome these difficulties effectively. The course will discuss pedagogical issues concerning grammar instruction such as how it differs from syntax; what grammar points need to be taught at each level; and the methods of teaching grammar.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    CHIN 70300 - Chinese Orthography and Lexicology


     

    This course will give an overview of the development of Chinese orthography and Chinese lexicology. Differences between the spoken and written styles will be discussed. The relationship of formation methods of the Chinese lexicon to syntactic functions and the process of character-based meaning derivation will be emphasized. 

    Hours 3
    Credits 3

  
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    CHIN 70500 - Topics in Advanced Conversation


     

    This course will give students advanced language training in speaking in a wide range of topics as well as specialized vocabulary needed to discuss Chinese instruction in Chinese. Students will further practice speaking skills to achieve advanced-mid or advanced-high oral proficiency according to the ACTFL (American Council for Teachers of Foreign Languages) scale. Authentic materials will be used throughout the course.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3

  
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    CHIN 70600 - Topics in Advanced Writing


     

    This course will give students advanced language training in writing Chinese in everyday life situations as well as a Chinese language teaching professional with writing samples. Students will further practice writing skills to achieve advanced-low proficiency according to the ACTFL scale. Authentic writing tasks and materials will be used throughout the course.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3

  
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    CHIN 70700 - Topics in Advanced Reading


     

    This course will give students advanced language training in reading Chinese. Students will further practice reading skills to achieve advanced-mid or advanced-high proficiency according to the ACTFL scale. Authentic writing tasks and materials will be used throughout the course.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3

  
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    CHIN 70800 - Topics in Chinese Culture and Society


     
    This course will give students advanced language training in topics related to Chinese culture and society. Students will learn topics concerning Chinese culture and society in traditional and contemporary China. Authentic writing tasks and materials will be used throughout the course.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    CHIN 70900 - Independent Study


     

    Students will carry out an independent project approved by their faculty advisor and chairperson and supervised by a staff member.

    Credits 1-3


Classics

  
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    CLA 70100 - The Legacy of Ancient Greece


    A survey of Greek culture and civilization from the second millennium BCE to the rise of Alexander.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    CLA 70200 - The Legacy of Ancient Rome


    A survey of the culture and civilization of Rome from the founding of the city to the reign of Marcus Aurelius.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    CLA 70300 - A Survey of Classical Literature in Translation


    An analysis, by genre, of the major traditions of classical literature. Students may take either semester for credit.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3
    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    CLA 70400 - A Survey of Classical Literature in Translation


    An analysis, by genre, of the major traditions of classical literature. Students may take either semester for credit.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3
    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    CLA 70600 - Supervised Reading


    Independent reading on a particular aspect of ancient Greek or Roman culture, supervised by a faculty member.

    Prior approval of graduate adviser required. May be taken twice for credit.
  
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    CLA 70700 - A Survey of Classical Literature in Translation



Latin

  
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    LAT 70100 - Literature of the Early Republic


    Early history of the Latin language and the development of Latin literary forms and styles.

    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    LAT 70200 - Literature of the Late Republic


    Selections from authors of the late republic.

    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    LAT 70300 - Literature of the Early Empire


    Selections from authors of the early empire.

    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    LAT 70400 - Literature of the Late Empire


    Selections from authors of the late empire.

    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    LAT 70500 - Caesar


    Selections from the Commentaries on the Civil War and Commentaries on the Gallic War.

    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    LAT 70600 - Cicero


    Selections from the orations, philosophical treatises, and letters of Cicero.

    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    LAT 70700 - Vergil


    Selections from the Aeneid, Eclogues, and Georgics.

    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    LAT 70800 - Supervised Reading


    Independent reading in individual Roman authors or particular literary genres supervised by a faculty member.

    Prior approval of graduate director required. May be taken three times for credit. See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    LAT 70900 - Latin Composition


    History of the Latin language, including analysis of Latin grammar and syntax. Translation of short passages from English into Latin.

    See the School of Education section of this catalog for information about required
    grades in student teaching and practicum courses.
  
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    LAT 71000 - Topics in Latin literature.


    May be taken three times for credit.

  
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    LAT 71100 - Literature of the Republic


    Selection from poetry and prose authors of the Latin language and the development of literary forms and styles.

  
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    LAT 71200 - Literature of the Augustan Age


    Selections from poetry and prose authors of the Augustan period.

  
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    LAT 71300 - Literature of the Empire


    Selections from poetry and prose authors of the Imperial period.

  
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    LAT 72500 - Ovid


    Selections from the Metamorphoses and Amores.

  
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    LAT 72600 - Horace and Catullus


    Selections.

  
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    LAT 72700 - Speaking and Writing Latin


    Development of aural/oral and written skills, including traditional Latin Composition, history of the language, and analysis of Latin grammar and syntax.


Communication Sciences Prerequisite Courses

  
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    COMSC 60400 - Introduction to Language Science


    An introduction to the nature of language and communication. Topics include components of the linguistic system, relationship between verbal and non-verbal communication, and language acquisition across the life span.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 60700 - Phonetics of American English


    Phonetic features of oral American English and dialectal variations of American English and non-native English speech.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 61500 - Speech and Its Production


    An overview of the structure of speech and the basic mechanisms involved the production of speech sounds; a foundation for a more in-depth study of speech science and its application to clinical practice in speech-language pathology and audiology; structure and organization of the ventilatory, laryngeal, supralaryngeal and orofacial mechanisms; issues in basic speech acoustics and perception.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 62000 - Introduction to Speech-Language Pathology


    Introduction to organic and behavioral correlates of human communication; its development and disorders. The influence of culture, heritage, and socioeconomic status on the disorders of voice, articulation, fluency, and language.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 64000 - Introduction to Audiology


    Etiology and pathology of hearing disorders, basic properties of the auditory stimulus: measurement of pure tone thresholds by air and bone conduction. Overview of the audiologist in diagnosis and management of hearing disorders.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3

Communication Sciences

  
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    COMSC 70000 - Introduction to Research Methods


    Introduction to basic research design and techniques used to study basic and applied communication science. Included is an overview of basic concepts and terminology, with emphasis on developing the ability to form a reasonable critical assessment of published literature. The course will focus on the development of technical writing skills, conducting thorough and efficient library and Internet research, the interpretation of graphical information, and a working understanding of common statistical models.

    prereq: none
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 70200 - Multicultural Issues in Counseling and Communication


    This course presents a multicultural perspective of counseling theories, techniques and strategies for persons with disorders and their families. It addresses the impact of cultural, ethnic, gender, socioeconomic and individual variations in culturally appropriate delivery of services to individuals with speech-language disorders as well as those acquiring English as a second language.

    prereq: COMSC 72000
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 70300 - Professional Practice in Educational Settings


    The multifaceted role of the speech language pathologist in school settings; models of service delivery; collaborative assessment and teaching; computerized teaching programs; national and state legislation and regulations; rights and responsibilities of teachers and other staff; individualized educational planning; language-based learning disabilities; cultural diversity issues including bilingual and multicultural issues; roles of language in academic development and instruction; drug abuse education and fire safety. For successful completion of the course, students must also attend (a) a 2-hour workshop on identifying and reporting suspected child abuse or maltreatment; (b) a 2-hour workshop on school violence prevention and intervention.

    prereq: COMSC 72000
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 70500 - Acoustics, Physiologic and Auditory Phonetics


    A comprehensive overview of basic phonetic science, as well as a foundation for its application to clinically relevant issues; basic concepts and terminology associated with the scientific study of the production, structure, transmission, and perception of the speech signal; acquisition, measurement and interpretation of physical data; speech and voice acoustics, aerodynamics, glottography, and kinematics.

    prereq: COMSC 70800
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 71100 - Language Acquisition and Development as it Relates to Typical and Late Talking Toddlers


    Speech and language developmental processes in the young and school-age child; acquisition of pre-literacy skills from pre-linguistic stages to complex language development in typically developing monolingual and bilingual children; impact of cultural, ethnic, gender, socioeconomic, and individual variation on language acquisition.

    prereq: none
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 71200 - Neural Processes of Communication


    Neuroanatomy of normal processes and disorders of speech, swallowing, language, vision, hearing, emotion, cognition and communication; development of the human nervous system; neurological disorders and their effects on communication processes.

    prereq: none
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 71500 - Communication Processes Related to Aging


    Current understanding of adult development and aging as related to communication processes and disorders. Speech, language and hearing changes, as well as social, behavioral, physical and cognitive changes associated with normal and pathological aging processes. Intervention strategies, diagnostic and treatment materials, and audiological equipment for the communicatively impaired elderly population.

    prereq: COMSC 70800, 75300
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 71600 - Phonological Development and Disorders


    Anatomical/physiological, cultural and psychological aspects of articulatory and phonological development and disorders; methods of prevention, assessment and intervention across the range of severity and etiology; impact of phonological disorders on acquisition of literacy; collaboration with teachers in management.

    prereq: COMSC 72000
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 71700 - Language Disorders in Preschool-Age Children


    Language and communication disorders and differences in preschool-age children including specific language impairment, pervasive developmental delay, autism, and mental retardation, cognitive and social aspects of communication, variation in severity and type of disorders; implications of early language disorders on literacy acquisition, assessment and intervention; cultural diversity issues; strategies for within the home, preschool, and community settings.

    prereq: COMSC 71100
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 71800 - Language and Literacy Disorders in School-Age Children


    The impact of language disorders in school-age children and adolescents on their acquisition of academic skills required for the development of literacy skills and written language (reading, spelling and writing); cognitive and social aspects of communication; formal and informal assessment; collaborative management strategies; cultural diversity issues.

    prereq: COMSC 71100
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 71900 - Assessment and Management of Dysphagia


    Normal and abnormal swallowing function; evaluation, management, and treatment of dysphagia across various neurological, mechanical, and esophageal conditions; interpretation of modified barium swallow (MBS) and fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallow (FEES) studies; non-oral options for nutrition/hydration. 

  
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    COMSC 72000 - Introduction to Clinic for Speech-Language Pathology


    An introduction to the scope and essentials of clinical practicum across the life span as reflected in the prevention, identification, assessment and management of speech and language disorders. Includes 25 hours of observation.

    coreq: COMSC 70000, 70800, 71100, 71200
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 72200 - Fluency Disorders


    Anatomical/physiological, neurological, psychological, developmental, linguistic and cultural bases of fluency disorders; methods of prevention, assessment and intervention across the life span and range of severity and etiology; management in social, educational and vocational settings.

    prereq: COMSC 70800, 71200
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 72400 - Acquired Motor Speech and Swallowing Disorders


    Disorders of speech resulting from neurologic impairment affecting the motor programming (apraxia) or neuromuscular execution (dysarthria) of speech and related neurogenic dysphagia in adults, assessment and therapeutic management strategies in social, educational and vocational settings.

    prereq: none
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 72500 - Developmental Motor Speech and Swallowing Disorders


    Diagnosis and management of childhood dysarthrias, developmental apraxia of speech and related disorders of swallowing.

    prereq: COMSC 70800, 71200
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 72600 - Adult Neurogenic Communication Disorders


    Neurological, linguistic, cognitive and psychological aspects of acquired communication disorders across the life span, including aphasia, traumatic brain injury, and dementia; prevention, assessment and intervention across a range of severity and etiology; interdisciplinary collaboration in acute care, home, educational and vocational settings.

    prereq: COMSC 71200
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 72700 - Voice Disorders


    The identification, assessment, diagnosis, and management of dysphonia and related disorders; an overview of the functional, congenital, psychogenic, organic and neurogenic disorders that can affect vocal function, respiration, resonance, and deglutition; the role of stroboscopy, glottography, and aerodynamic and acoustic measures in the assessment of phonatory disorder and laryngeal impairment. A survey of treatment techniques and strategies for pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric voice patients; interdisciplinary collaboration in acute care, home, educational and vocational settings.

    prereq: COMSC 70800, 71200
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 72800 - Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology


    First-year spring semester clinical practicum in assessment and management of communication disorders of varying types and severity under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York State licensed speech-language pathologist. College-supervised on-campus clinical practica include experiences with individuals who have speech and language disabilities in early childhood, childhood, middle childhood, adolescence or adulthood. COMSC 728.04, for students in the bilingual extension, designates a special section of COMSC 728 for practicum with Spanish-speaking children eligible for bilingual services.

    prereq: COMSC 72000, 73300
    Credits 1 cr
  
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    COMSC 72900 - Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology 1


    Second-year fall semester clinical practicum in assessment and management of communication disorders of varying types and severity under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York State licensed speech-language pathologist. College-supervised on-campus clinical practica or off-campus clinical practica include experiences with individuals who have speech and language disabilities in early childhood, childhood, middle childhood, adolescence or adulthood. COMSC 72904 for students in the bilingual extension, designates a special section of COMSC 72900 for practicum with Spanish speaking children eligible for bilingual services.

    prereq: COMSC 73300
    coreq: COMSC 73600
    Credits 1 cr
  
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    COMSC 72904 - Clinical Practicum in Speech- Language Pathology 1


     

    for students in the bilingual extension, designates a special section of  COMSC 72900 for practicum with Spanish-speaking children eligible for bilingual services.

    prereq: COMSC 73300
    coreq: COMSC 73600
    Credits 1

  
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    COMSC 73000 - Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Disorders of Speech


    Broad spectrum of velopharyngeal incompetence, including embryogenesis, classification of clefts, aspects of cleft palate speech, associated disorders, modes of formal and informal assessment and intervention strategies within the home, school, hospital and work environments; current surgical and prosthetic management of cleft lip, palate and related craniofacial disorders; impact on learning and literacy acquisition.

    prereq: COMSC 70800, 71200
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 73100 - Assessment and Management of Speech, Voice, and Swallowing Following Surgical Intervention for Head and Neck Cancer


    Assessment and management of surgically based swallowing disorders in children, adolescents and adults; rehabilitation of speech, voice following oral and laryngeal surgery including the use of speech aids.

    prereq: COMSC 70800, 71200
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 73300 - Clinical Methods in Speech-Language Pathology


    Advanced clinical seminar devoted to the changing nature of clinical populations, delivery of health-care service in the home, hospital, school and work environments; measures of clinical outcomes, prevention, and professional/ethical practices; analysis of clinical and classroom management and instruction.

    prereq: COMSC 72000
    Hours 30 hrs,
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    COMSC 73500 - Methods in Speech-Language Pathology II


    Summer clinical seminar devoted to the changing nature of clinical populations; intervention strategies for individuals with disorders of speech and language across the lifespan in various hospital and clinic settings; continued development of professional oral and written communication skills; professional/ethical practices.

    prereq: COMSC 73300, 77100
    Hours 30 hrs,
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    COMSC 73600 - Clinical Seminar in Speech-Language Pathology 1


    Assessment measures and intervention strategies for individuals with disorders of speech and language across the lifespan; development of professional oral and written communication skills.

    prereq: COMSC 73300
    Hours 30 hrs,
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    COMSC 73700 - Clinical Seminar in Speech-Language Pathology 2


    This seminar focuses on models of clinical delivery, legislative and managed care policies as they influence the practice of speech-language pathology; requirements for certification and licensure.

    prereq: COMSC 73600
    coreq: COMSC 73900
    Hours 30 hrs,
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    COMSC 73800 - Communication and Developmental Disabilities


    This course surveys the communication status of individuals with developmental disabilities (i.e., intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, and cerebral palsy) with a focus on evidence-based assessment and intervention practices across the life span. 
     

    prereq: none
    Credits 3
  
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    COMSC 73900 - Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology 2


    Second-year spring semester clinical practicum in assessment and management of communication disorders of varying types and severity under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York State licensed speech-language pathologist. College-supervised off-campus clinical practica include experiences with individuals who have speech and language disabilities in early childhood, childhood, middle childhood, adolescence, or adulthood.

    prereq: COMSC 72900
    coreq: COMSC 73700
    Credits 1 cr
  
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    COMSC 73904 - Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology 2


    For students in the bilingual extension, designates a special section of COMSC 73900 for practicum with Spanish-speaking children eligible for bilingual services.

    prereq: COMSC 72900
    coreq: COMSC 73700
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 75200 - Audiology for Speech-Language Pathologists


    Topics in auiological assessment and management of children and adults with hearing loss that are relevant to the practicing speech language pathologist.

    prereq: none
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 77100 - Summer Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology 1


    First-year summer semester clinical practicum in assessment and management of communication disorders of varying types and severity under the supervisor of an ASHA certified and New York State licensed speech-language pathologist. College-supervised on-campus clinical practicum and off-campus clinical practica include experiences with students with speech and language disabilities in early childhood, childhood, middle childhood and adolescence, as well as with adults.

    prereq: COMSC 73300
    Credits 1 cr
  
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    COMSC 77200 - Summer Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology 2


    Second year summer semester clinical practicum in assessment and management of communication disorders of varying types and severity under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York State licensed speech-language pathologist. College-supervised on-campus clinical practica and off-campus clinical practica include experiences with students with speech and language disabilities in early childhood, childhood, middle childhood, adolescence, as well as with adults.

    prereq: COMSC 77100
    Credits 1 cr
  
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    COMSC 78100 - Independent Study


    Limited research review or research study to permit in-depth exploration of single area; with faculty supervision.

    prereq: completion of 24 cr. minimum
    Hours Hours to be arranged
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    COMSC 78200 - Independent Study


    Limited research review or research study to permit in-depth exploration of single area; with faculty supervision.

    prereq: completion of 24 cr. minimum
    Hours Hours to be arranged
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    COMSC 79000 - Special Topics in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology


    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 79600 - Special Problems


    Directed study under supervision of faculty members. For doctoral credit, must be supervised by member of doctoral faculty.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMSC 79900 - Thesis Seminar


    Individual research under supervision.

    Hours Hours to be arranged
    Credits 3 cr

Community Health Education Required Courses

  
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    COMHE 71300 - Addictions and Dependencies


    Recent findings concerning legal and illegal drugs. Recent legislation. Emphasis on behavioral aspect with focus on abuser rather than substances being abused.

  
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    COMHE 75000 - Community Health Assessment


    This course prepares students to collect and analyze data on community health from a variety of sources, to identify problems and assets, and to develop objectives for community health interventions.

    prereq: PH 75500
  
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    COMHE 75100 - Community Health Interventions


    An introduction to community-level interventions as explained by theories of individual, organizational and community change from the disciplines of psychology, sociology and health education.

    prereq: PH 75500, COMHE 75000
    Credits 3
  
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    COMHE 75200 - Community Organizing and Development for Health


    Prepares students to work in communities by presenting the theory and practice of organizing for social justice, skills for promoting leadership development within communities, and the tools to create and sustain healthy organizations.

    prereq: PH 75000, COMHE 75000, COMHE 75100
  
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    COMHE 75300 - Health Program Planning and Funding


     

    This course will engage students in identifying or designing a health program, finding funding sources, and developing a proposal covering program need, program objectives, a management and quality assurance plan, preliminary work, evaluation, budget, and a plan for funding support.

    prereq: completion of 15 cr incl PH 75000 or 75100, PH 75500 and either COMHE 75000, COMHE 75100, COMHE 75200 or COMHE 75000 and NUTR 71000 or NURS 77100, COMHE 75100 and COMHE 75200.

    Credits 3 cr

  
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    COMHE 75400 - Research and Evaluation for Community Health


    Basic concepts, methods and approaches for evaluation research applied to community health education and health-related programs through a critical review of literature and a program evaluation design.

    prereq: 15 cr in program incl PH 75000 or PH 75100, PH 75500, COMHE 75000, COMHE 75100, COMHE 75200
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    COMHE 77025 - Maternal and Child Health


     This course explores maternal and child health issues both domestically and internationally.



Community Health Education Elective Courses

  
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    COMHE 71400 - Human Sexuality


    Emotional, social, and physical development related to human sexuality. Emphasis on self-understanding and awareness of own sexual nature and needs. Methods, materials, and evaluation of sex education program in community settings.

  
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    COMHE 72300 - Sexuality Through the Life Cycle: Educational and Clinical Aspects


    Considers issues of gender role, gender identity, eroticism, intimacy, love, sexual orientation, social role and genital sexual expression, assists students to distinguish between normal and problematic sexual expression in various life stages.

    prereq: COMHE 71400 or instructor’s permission
  
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    COMHE 77000 - Topics in Community Health Education


    Courses on current topics in community health education.

    offered periodically

Economics

Equivalent courses at other institutions satisfy prerequisite and corequisite requirements.

  
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    ECO 70100 - Microeconomic Theory


    Advanced analysis of consumer choice, including duality theory, borrowing and lending, and insurance; producer choice; game theory; externalities.

    prereq: ECO 30000 WITH A GRADE OF B; MATH 15000 and MATH 16000 with average grade of B
    prereq or coreq: MATH 15500
 

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