Two New Speech & Hearing Science Electives for Spring 2014: SHS 390 Intro to Swedish Sign Language and SHS 390 Communication Disorders and Discourse Analysis

For your information, the Department of Speech and Hearing Science will be offering two special topics classes Spring 2014:  Intro to Swedish Sign Language and Communication Disorders, as well as Communication Disorders and Discourse Analysis. Each course is listed separately under different sections of SHS 390.
There are no pre-requisites for either of these classes and each course is open to all majors.
Intro to Swedish Sign Language is a four hour elective which will be offered under SHS 390 during the 2nd 8 weeks of the semester. Two sections will be offered: section SS1 will meet 9:00-10:50 MTWR (CRN 60703) and section SS2 will meet 11:00-1:50 MTWR (CRN 60705). The class will be taught by a Deaf native Swedish instructor. No knowledge of American Sign Language or Swedish is required.
If there are any questions about the Intro to Swedish Sign Language class please contact Matthew Dye directly at: (Although this is not related to the American Sign Language classes, if students have questions related to those courses, please direct any questions about that to Matt Dye as well.)
The other SHS special topics class that will be offered under a different section of SHS 390 (section DA) is Communication Disorders and Discourse Analysis (CRN 57694). This three hour full semester course will be taught by Dr. Julie Hengst. It is scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday from 11:00-12:20. A description of that class is attached. If you have any questions about this course, please contact Dr. Julie Hengst directly at:
Thank you for sharing information about these courses with your students.