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Fundamentals of Acoustics:

Applications in Speech, Hearing and Language

Description: This course will provide students with a basic and working knowledge of acoustics and the physics of sound. It will provide the basis for measurement and description of speech stimuli. It will have direct application to Speech, Hearing and Language intervention as well as application into communicative sciences.

CSD 221

Student Name __________________

Course
Fundamentals of Acoustics

Course Code
CSD 221

Faculty
Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences Faculty

Department
Communicative Sciences and Disorders

Suggested prerequisite
None

Length of Course
One semester

Degree
Bachelor of Arts

Credit
3 credit hours

Assessment Tasks

Assessment 1
Test 1
Test 2
Test 3

Assessment 2
Assignments/Labs/Quizzes

Assessment 3
Acoustic Study

Prepared by
Al Yonovitz, PhD

© University of Montana
First published 2010

Contents

Introduction
UM Mission Statements
Welcome
About the Instructor

Class Organization
Learning Objectives
Class Times
Class Attendance Policy
Private Study Commitments
Occupational Health and Safety

Learning approaches
Classroom Lectures
Moodle

Study Resources
Required Texts
Additional Resources

Support Services and Resources
Student Resources
Students with Disabilities
Foreign Exchange Students and Scholars
Directory of Assistance

Study plan/Course Outline

Assessment information
Overview
Delivery and submission
Helpful tips for submission of your assessments
Extensions and late submission
Resubmission
University Plagiarism Policy
Assessment and examination rules
Special examinations and special consideration

Assessment tasks

Introduction

UM Mission Statements

MISSION STATEMENT
THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA
The University of Montana capitalizes on its unique strengths to create knowledge, provide an active learning environment for students, and offer programs and services responsive to the needs of Montanans. The University delivers education and training on its four campuses and through telecommunications to sites inside and outside of Montana. With public expectations on the rise, the University asks its students, faculty, and staff to do and accomplish even more than they have in the past. The dedication to education for and throughout life reflects the commitment to service learning and community building on and off the campuses. The University enhances its programs through continuous quality review for improvement and remains fully accountable to the citizenry through annual audits and performance evaluations. MISSION STATEMENT

THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA-MISSOULA
The University of Montana-Missoula pursues academic excellence as indicated by the quality of curriculum and instruction, student performance, and faculty professional accomplishments. The University accomplishes this mission, in part, by providing unique educational experiences through the integration of the liberal arts, graduate study, and professional training with international and interdisciplinary emphases. Through its graduates, the University also seeks to educate competent and humane professionals and informed, ethical, and engaged citizens of local and global communities. Through its programs and the activities of faculty, staff, and students, the University of Montana-Missoula provides basic and applied research, technology transfer, cultural outreach, and service benefiting the local community, region, state, nation and the world.

Welcome

Welcome to CSD 221 – Fundamentals...
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