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Graduate Catalog 2017/2018


Aural (Re)Habilitation (Post Baccalaureate) (ARH)

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Master of Science (M.S.)
CIP Code: 51.0204
College of Behavioral and Community Sciences (BC)
Total Minimum Program Hours Required (Post Bachelor's Degree): 44

Contact Information:
College of Behavioral and Community Sciences
Communication Sciences and Disorders Department (CSD)
4202 E. Fowler Avenue PCD1017
Tampa FL  33620

Program Director or Coordinator:
Theresa Chisolm
Phone: 813-974-9826
Email: chisolm@usf.edu

Website: http://csd.usf.edu/


Faculty Search: Behavioral and Community Sciences Faculty List


Major Information

This major is being terminated.

Accreditation Information:

Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of College and Schools.

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Admissions Information

Admission Deadlines

Major Priority Deadline

Fall: ---
Spring: ---
Summer: ---

Graduate Admission Application Deadlines

MASTER'S AND
EDUCATION SPECIALIST DEGREES

Admission for
Fall Semester

Admission for
Spring Semester

Admission for
Summer Semester

  • Applications received by the Priority Deadline will receive maximum consideration. 
  • Applications received after the Priority deadline, but by the Final University Deadline, are considered on a space available basis. 
  • Applications must be complete with all required information by the stated deadline.  Any application materials received after the deadline may be reviewed on a space-available basis.

Check with the Graduate Major Director for availability or to discuss options for admission in a subsequent term. 

Priority Deadline
(for funding and consideration)

Refer to Specific Major

Refer to Specific Major

Refer to Specific Major

Final University Deadline
Domestic
Applicants

June 1

October 15

February 15

Final University Deadline
International
Applicants

June 1

September 15

February 15

DOCTORATE DEGREES

Admission for
Fall Semester

Admission for
Spring Semester

Admission for
Summer Semester

  • Applications received by the Priority Deadline will receive maximum consideration. 
  • Applications received after the Priority deadline, but by the Final University Deadline, are considered on a space available basis. 
  • Applications must be complete with all required information by the stated deadline.  Any application materials received after the deadline may be reviewed on a space-available basis.

Check with the Graduate Major Director for availability or to discuss options for admission in a subsequent term. 

Priority Deadline
(for funding and consideration)

Refer to Specific Major

Refer to Specific Major

Refer to Specific Major

Final University Deadline
Domestic
Applicants

February 15

October 15

February 15

Final University Deadline
International
Applicants

February 15

September 15

February 15


Admission Requirements

You must comply with general University policies and meet general University Admission requirements in addition to those listed below.


Must meet University requirements (see Graduate Admissions) as well as requirements listed below.

  • Three letters of recommendation
  • GRE scores of 52nd percentile in Verbal or a 52nd percentile on Writing and a 32nd percentile on Quantitative
  • GPA of 3.20 or higher in the last 60 hours of undergraduate coursework
  • A letter of intent
  • Applicant must also demonstrate competency in communication skills as determined by the chairperson or delegate
 

Admissions Status: No Longer Available; see other options

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Major Requirements

Currently not open for application..

All ARH majors must complete the following

REQUIRED COURSES

 

Credits

SPA5204
SPA5403
SPA6324
SPA6645
SPA6674
SPA6675
SPA6930
SPA6930
SPA6930
SPA6930
SPA6930
EEX6025

Phonological Development & Disorders
Language Learning in the School Age Child
Aural Rehabilitation: Children
Language for Hearing Impaired
Curriculum Procedures & Materials for Hearing Impaired
Reading for the Hearing Impaired
ST: Speech Perception & Production in the HI
ST: Family Centered Deaf Education
ST: Foundations of Deaf Education
ST: Introduction to Cued Speech
ST: Classroom Applications of Sign Language
Trends & Issues in Special Education

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Practicum Requirements

SPA6505
SPA6505
SPA6505

Practicum: Introduction to Clinical AR
Practicum: ARH
Practicum: Classroom

2
2
1

Elective Requirements (one 3 credit course in Special Education)

Examples:
EEC6269
MAE6117


EC: Play & Learning
Teaching Elementary Math


3
3

 

MINIMUM TOTAL CREDITS

44

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College Degree Requirements

Refer to the College Section of theGraduate Catalog for College requirements and information.

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USF Degree Requirements

See USF Degree Requirements —
http://www.grad.usf.edu/policies.php

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Financial Assistance


Financial Aid

Fellowships & Scholarships

Graduate Assistantships

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Registration Process

First, contact your graduate advisor for guidance courses to register for. Obtain any electronic course permit if necessary. Register for the new student orientation online at http://www.grad.usf.edu/orientation.php. Then go to http://oasis.usf.edu/ the link to OASIS, USF's on-line registration system to register for your classes. Follow the directions given on-line.

To access online course materials, students must have a USF NetID (e-mail account). Please visit: https://netid.usf.edu/una/ to obtain your NetID.

New students, including those studying online, may obtain a USFCard. Please visit: http://www.usf.edu/it/class-prep/usf-card.aspx to obtain your USFCard.

Tuition and fees: Fees are determined by the level of the course. Please visit Cash Accounting, Controller's Office, for information on tuition and fees.

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Graduate Course Information

Use the list below to lookup graduate courses related to this program in the USF Course Inventory:

SPA5204, SPA5403, SPA6324, SPA6645, SPA6674, SPA6675, SPA6930, SPA6930, SPA6930, SPA6930, SPA6930, EEX6025, SPA6505, SPA6505, SPA6505, EEC6269, MAE6117,