|3 hrs||SHS 170 Introduction to Human Communication Systems & Disorders|
|6 - 7 hrs||Select two of the following:|
|8 - 9 hrs hrs||choose from the following list:|
|17 - 19 hrs||Total hours required for the minor. Students must take at least 6 hours of SHS courses at the 300 or 400 level from this approved list.|
* Senior level status in SHS or instructor consent required
a Consent of instructor
b prerequisites of SHS 300 and 301
For more information, please visit the listing of Programs of Study at: http://provost.illinois.edu/ProgramsOfStudy/ or call the Department of Speech & Hearing Science at 333-2230.
The undergraduate minor in Speech and Hearing Science is a valuable enhancement to the program of any student desiring to learn more about human communication. The student is invited to explore the processes of hearing, speaking, conversation, development of language and changes in human communication across the life span. The minor in Speech and Hearing Science introduces the student to obstacles in human communication that arise from biological and cultural differences and diversity.