Areas of Study

Course Overview

The focus of this course is upon applying the principles of sign communication in the field of clinical audiology. Students will develop and demonstrate proficient sign language skills while performing the following clinical procedures: client interviewing/case history, walk-in service, assessing client communication skills and abilities, audiologic test interpretation, and instructional techniques for communication therapy.

Co-requisites: ASL I or equivalent, HSL 871, permission of instructor.

Credit: 1-1