COMD 490 / 797 Section 79

 

Cleft Palate Crash Course for School Based and Early Childhood Intervention Providers

The goal of this course is to provide foundational information on the causes,
and medical diagnosis of cleft palate, as well as a review of the anatomy and
physiology of key structures. The roles, functions, and purpose of the cleft palate team will also be discussed. Finally, students will learn and practice differential diagnosis, assessment, and interventions for children with cleft palate, craniofacial disorders, and hypernasality due to velopharyngeal incompetence/insufficiency.
 
A bachelor's degree in a Communicative Disorder related field is required.
 

 Textbook Information

 
There is no textbook for this course. A course packet will be provided.
 

 Wisconsin Resident Tuition and Fees

 

​WI Undergraduate
2 credits: $586.06

WI Graduate
2 credits: $910.14

Tuition reflects WI resident off-campus rate plus a $47 distance education administration fee.​

Wisconsin Resident Estimated Tuition (subject to change)

 

 Registration

 

​Permission is required to register for this course.

Contact
Vicki Carlson
CPS 100
715-346-4782
vcarlson@uwsp.edu

 

 Course

 

​Course
COMD 490 (Undergrad)
COMD 797 (Graduate)

Section
79

Credits
2

Dates/Times
June 14 - July 11

Class meets:
June 14 and 28
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Location
UWSP CPS 228 and Online

 

 Instructor

 

Pam Terrell
715-346-3423
CPS 44B
pterrell@uwsp.edu

About the instructor