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Course Overview

Practicum students in HSL 896 assume a major role in teaching a graduate course in the Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences. The goal of this practicum is to develop the PhD student’s ability to plan, teach, and evaluate the effectiveness of a graduate level course in a content area in which the student has expertise. Students earn 2-3 credits for the practicum, depending on the level of involvement in designing and/or teaching the course.

Credits: 2-3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Pre-requisite: HSL 893; completion of the qualifying examination, permission of the advisor, department chair, and the instructor of the course to be taught by the practicum student.

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Admissions Requirements

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