Second Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and

Second Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and

Second Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSAD2B) Agenda

Who We Are Program Information About Speech Language Pathologists Department Offerings Career Options Structure and Course Sequence How to Succeed in the Program Applying to graduate School NSSLHA Representatives Joan, Kirstie and Serena Web Resources

Questions & Answers Who We Are Dr. Robert Pieretti Professor and Department Chair of Speech Pathology and Audiology CSAD2B Coordinator Jessika Morrison Senior Program Coordinator

College of Continuing Education Fall 2017 Communication Sciences and Disorders Faculty & Staff Full-Time Faculty Robert Pieretti, Ph.D., Chair Lisa DAngelo, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Tonia Davis, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Darla Hagge, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Aishah Patterson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin, Ph.D., CCCSLP Heather Thompson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Didactic Instruction Part-Time Faculty James Chuchas, M.S. Kristen Courtwright,

M.S. Dana Farias, M.S. Renee Garner, M.S. Keith Haberstock, M.S. Robert Ivory, AuD. Scott Jackson, M.S. Kelly Louney, M.S. Marcella Mojibi, M.S.

Elizabeth Posner, M.S. Charles Sanders, Au.D Clinical Instruction Part-Time Faculty Jennifer Brickley James Chuchas

Kristen Courtwright Shawn Cullen Kimberly Delaney Lois DeMartini Kelly Dodge Karen Faherty Sean Green

Nancy Higgins Debra JohnsonGarcia Sandra Kaul James McCartney Barbara McGinty Kinzie Murphy Karen Oakley

Andrea O'Donnell Elizabeth Posner Lorette Shea Ragna Thordardottir Kathryn Vigil Staff

David Gleason, B.I.S., Administrative Support Coordinator Annette Kafouros, B.A., Administrative Support Assistant Jeannette Wilson Reiff, M.S., CCC-SLP, Clinic Coordinator Program Information The Second Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders Program is ideal for those

seeking a career in Speech Pathology who possess bachelors degrees in fields other than Speech Pathology and Audiology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, or Communication Disorders. Accelerated 16 month format with 46 units complete with lecture, laboratory and clinical coursework. Maryjane Rees Language, Speech and Hearing Center

Clinical Services Offered Assessment and therapy are available for children, teens, and adults with communication challenges associated with the following areas: Accent Modification Alaryngeal Speech Aphasia Apraxia Auditory Processing

Cleft Palate Cognition Dysarthria Expressive Language Hearing Loss Reading Disorders Receptive Language Social Pragmatic Language Speech Sound Disorders

Stuttering Transgender Voice Therapy Traumatic Brain Injury Voice Disorders https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNY8xgaGEyY Department and Clinic Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

(Speech Pathology and Audiology) California State University, Sacramento 6000 J Street MS 6071 Sacramento, California 95819 (916) 278-6601(T) (916) 278-7730 (F) Major Advising One-on-one appointments may be scheduled by calling (916278-6601) or stopping by the Department and Clinics Reception Desk at Shasta Hall, Room #172.

Appointments may be scheduled with: CSAD2B Advising: Dr. Robert Pieretti, Department Chair Graduate Program Advising: Dr. Darla Hagge, Graduate Coordinator Clinic Advising: Jeannette Reiff, Clinic Coordinator Office Hours Appointments can be made with Didactic

Instructors by contacting the instructor directly or through the Department and Clinic Reception Desk in Shasta Hall in person or by phone at (916) 278-6601. Appointments with Clinical Instructors may be made by contacting the instructor directly. Website

www.csus.edu/hhs/csad SacCt Departmental Facebook Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Sac State Facebook: Sac State Speech Path & Audiology Alumnae Job Board

Sac State Speech Path & Audiology Alumnae Job Board Emails All course, campus and department emails will be sent to your campus email address. Make it a habit to check it daily Who are Speech-Language

Pathologists? Speech-Language Pathologists are professionals who provide services to prevent diagnose evaluate as well as treat communication, swallowing and other

related disorders. Speech-language pathologists (SLP) and speech-language pathology assistants (SLPAs) work with lots of different types of people, including: Infants through elderly Diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds Individuals with a variety of disorders

Types of Disorders and Services

Fluency (e.g., stuttering) Voice (including cleft palate) Autism and other syndromes Neurological disorders (due to stroke, TBI, NTBI, progressive medical conditions, etc.) Language-based reading problems Hearing impairments Persons with cochlear implants

Speech and language disorders Accent modification SLP Work Settings SLPs work in a variety of environments, including but not limited to the following: Schools Communication Disabled (CD) classroom teacher Itinerant SLP Hospitals, rehabilitation centers, home health, and

skilled nursing facilities Private Practices Telepractice Universities (as educators and researchers) Career Options Bachelors Degree Options: Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) licensed by the state

Audiology: Technician Entry Level Administrative Positions Health Insurance Industry Public Health Administration Department of Education Administration In fact, many graduates of the bachelors degree go on to work and study in other related fields, including:

Special Education Deaf Education

School Psychology Rehabilitation Counseling Nursing Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Social Work Disability Law

Rehabilitation Administration Medical sales / publications Behavior Analysis (BCBA) Professional Meeting Planning & Special Events Linguistics

Advanced Education Options for Communication Sciences and Disorders Majors Graduate School Masters Degrees Communication Sciences and Disorders/Communicative Disorders/Speech Pathology (M.S. and/or Ph.D.) Audiology (Au.D. and/or Ph.D.)

Special Education Counseling Rehabilitative, School, Psychology Nursing Law School Degrees offered through the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders Second Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSAD2B) (College of Continuing Education) Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Audiology Audiology Future AuD Program at Sacramento State? Have CSAD2B students applied to AuD programs in the past? CSAD2B

CSAD 2B Audience The program is designed for individuals who hold a bachelors degree in a discipline other than Speech Pathology and Audiology or Communication Sciences and Disorders or Communicative Disorders. The 16 month format is ideal for those that wish to make a career change. Participants will complete 46 units in lecture, laboratory and clinical coursework. Upon completion of the program, participants will earn a Bachelor of Science and be eligible to apply for California Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA)

Licensure and to apply and compete for enrollment in the Sacramento State Master of Science in Speech Pathology program, or any other Speech Pathology or Communication Disorders program for which this equivalency is accepted. Structure Participants will complete 46 units in lecture, laboratory and clinical coursework. Courses are offered as face-to-face instruction at the Sacramento State campus. Students will complete lab/

skills and clinical courses utilizing face-to-face traditional teaching strategies for skills labs and direct-client contact experiences. Course Sequence Semester 1 (Fall 2017) CSAD 110 Phonetic Sciences (4) CSAD 111 Anatomy and Physiology (3) CSAD 112 Intro to Language Development (3) CSAD 130 Audiology (3)

Total: 13 units Semester 2 (Spring 2018) CSAD 123 Voice and Fluency (3) CSAD 125 Lang Development Across the Lifespan (3) CSAD 126 Clinical Phonology (3) CSAD 143 Multilingual Language Disorders (3) Total: 12 units Course Sequence

continued Semester 3 (Summer 2018) CSAD 142 Topics in Autism (2) CSAD 127 Medical Speech Pathology (3) CSAD 148 Research (3) CSAD 145 Observation (1) Total: 9 units Semester 4 (Fall 2018) CSAD 147 Assessment Process (3)

CSAD 133 Aural Rehab (3) CSAD 146 Clinical Methods (3) CSAD 140L SLPA Practicum, Ethical and Legal Parameters (3) Total: 12 units Total Program Units = 46 Tuition: $475/unit Total Program tuition fees: $21,850 (excluding textbooks, lab supplies and other costs incurred for the program) Credit for Previous

Coursework Occasionally, students have been given credit for equivalent coursework that has been previously passed, based on faculty review of syllabi. Contact Dr. Pieretti if you feel you have taken a previous course that is equivalent to a CSAD2B course. Students must earn a minimum of 30 units at Sacramento State to earn the Second Bachelors Degree

Web Resources Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Webpage: http://www.csus.edu/hhs/csad/index.html Second Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders: http:// www.cce.csus.edu/second-bachelor-science-communic ation-sciences-and-disorders How to Succeed in the Bachelors

Degree Program in Communication Science and Disorders Professional Behavior: Start Now! Competence Honesty Compassion Respect for others Professional Responsibility

All coursework is important. Focus on: Grades Study Skills Time Method Repetition, repetition, repetition Multi-tasking is a MYTH

Study Tips Checklist Courtesy Of Dr. Roseberry-McKibbin

Review each days lecture notes later that same day to aid retention. Review a lot! Be sure to read the readings at least several times Visualize what you are reading. Study with other people Recite and write Study a little every day Every course unit = 3 hours of studying outside of class a week. 3unit class = 9 hours studying/homework DO THE READINGS BEFORE CLASS

Make flashcards for key terms. Carry these flashcards everywhere you go and review them whenever you have a minute. Do not rewrite the definition in your own words! Preparing to apply to Graduate Programs in Communications Sciences and Disorders/ Speech Pathology Grades Overall GPA is important, however

more important for applying to the Speech Pathology M.S. program at Sacramento State is GPA in the major coursework. Students must have an overall GPA of 2.75 and a 3.00 in the major Do I Need to Have Taken Physics or Chemistry? It is strongly recommended that

students have completed a course in physics and/or chemistry as they may be required later on when applying to a masters program. Multicultural Experience Defined as: Experience with ethnic and minority groups, bilingualism, multilingualism and signing. A prolonged pattern of involvement with

multicultural populations, including work with populations relevant to the field and/or speaking another language or signing fluently and/or working primarily in a language other than English. Work/Volunteer Experience Teaching, tutoring, school aides, SLPA, speech aide, research, social work, counseling, daycare, work with the elderly,

work in nursing homes, work with individuals with disabilities, etc. A prolonged pattern of involvement directly related to our field and/or populations relevant to the field. Scholarships, Awards and Other Commendations Examples: Deans List

Scholarships Elected NSSLHA Officer Scholarly Awards Service Awards Writing Skills and Clinical Potential Start refining your writing, interpersonal and presentation skills now. Applications include an essay and video presentation. Take advantage of campus writing labs.

Peer and Academic Resource Center (PARC) http://www.csus.edu/parc/ Writing Center http:// www.csus.edu/writingcenter/ Career Center http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/index.html Letters of Recommendation Start making yourself visible to the faculty now. In the fall of your senior year you will need to request letters of

recommendation. Applicants must submit three letters of recommendation, and two of these must come from professors in speechlanguage pathology or communication disorders. The third letter may come from a professor in speechlanguage pathology or communication disorders, an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist or an employed professional in a related field. Sacramento State Graduate Studies Application Meeting NSSLHA sponsors an annual meeting

in November presented by our departments Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Darla Hagge Watch for the date and plan to attend! Experiential Learning and Service Learning Opportunities

CSAD Experiential Learning and Service Learning Opportunities Cognitive Communication Connection (CogComCon) Love, Talk, Read NeuroService Alliance (NeuroSA) Sacramento State Literacy Connection (Lit Connection) Speech Pathology Research, Outcomes and Treatment (SPROuT)

CSAD 2B Financial Aid Financial Aid Contact Veronica Nava-Workman [email protected] 916-278-2676 National Student Speech Language Hearing

Association 2017-2018 NSSLHA-Sacramento State President: Serena Baldry Vice President: Kirstie Belt Treasurer: Hannah Shelton and Jeanine Boggeri Secretary: Miranda McCoy and Aya Khalil Public Relations: Brittney Hernandez

Mentorship Coordinator: TBA CSHA Representative: Ashley Stone Audiology Representative: Amy Littlejohn MIND Institute Liaison: Ashley Stone SBSSPA Representative: TBA Speech Pathology Multicultural Group (SPMG) SPMG Vice President: Valentina Portela SPMG Secretary: Julia Stone SPMG Public Relations: Nicole Snashall

Questions? Robert Pieretti Department Chair (916) 278-6759 [email protected] Jessika Morrison Senior Program Coordinator (916) 278-5878 [email protected]

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