Participating in experiential learning is a great way to put classroom learning into practical experience. While engaged in the supportive environment of experiential learning you can test career goals, enhance professional skills, develop self-reliance, self-esteem, and responsibility. Furthermore, experiential opportunities encourage networking with professionals and will provide increased marketability for employment after graduation.
Please meet with your academic advisor before making a final decision regarding which option is best for you.
CMD 491/492: Special Problems
- Permission of the instructor and Communicative Disorders Department
- Independent Study
- Selected areas of study pertinent to communicative disorders
- Instruction may be offered in class seminar or tutorial environments
- 491: S/U Credit
- 1 – 3 credits