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SPLP 251 Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and

Hearing Mechanism
SPLP 311 Aural Rehabilitation

SPLP 334 Language Development
SPLP 342 Speech Science II

SPLP 406 Articulation and Language Disorders

SPLP 408 Stuttering and Voice Disorders

Free Electives: EDUC 499 and SPLP 420 recommended
General Track
Pre-Teacher Certification Track

Total Degree Requirements:

(*)



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(1)



See requirements leading to teacher certification, titled "3-Step
Process for Teacher Education." in the College of Education and
Educational Technology section of this catalog.
A minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA is required to enroll in all 300- and
400-level courses for both pre-teacher certification and noncertifica-
tion speech-language pathology majors.



C. Deaf Education



Completion of the sequence of courses in Deaf Education leads to a
Bachelor of Science degree in Education and Pennsylvania Department of
Education certification as a teacher. "Special Education-Hearing Impaired.
N-12" and "Elementary Education, K.-6." Students are provided with the
basic skills to teach in special classes for hard-of-hearing or deaf individuals,
as well as in regular elementary education.

Students enrolled in this sequence of study are prepared to assume positions
as itinerant hearing therapists and classroom teachers for individuals
ranging from preschoolers to adults. Work settings may include public
schools, continuing education programs, and home training situations.
Observations, clinical experience, and practica are required prior to
placement in a school environment for the student teaching experience.



Bachelor of Science in Education-Deaf Education (*)

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section
with the following specifications:
Mathematics: MATH 151. MATH (1)
Social Science: PSYC 101
Liberal Studies Electives: Ocr

College:

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

COMM/EDEX H)3 Digital Instructional Technologj (2) 3cr

EDSP 102 Educational Psychology 3cr

Professional Education Sequence:

EDHL 360 General Methodology for Education of Deaf

and Hard-of-Hearing Persons I 2cr

I DHL 361 General Methodology for Education of Deaf

and Hard-of-Hearing Persons II 2cr

EDSP 477 Assessment ol Student I earning. Design and

Interpretation of Educational Measures 3cr

EDUC 242 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience I lcr

EDUC 342 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience II lei
EDLT'421 Student Teaching-Hearing Impaired (Pri-Elem) 6ci
EDUC 441 Student teaching-Hearing Impaired (Jr-Si lis
EDUC 442 School Law Icr



1 DHL 114

EDHL 115
EDHL 215
EDHL 307
I DHL 308

I DHL 314
EDHL 317
1 DHL 329
1 DHL 330
EDHL 415
EDHL 451

EDHL 465



Major: 42

Required Courses:

1 1)1 \ III Introduction to Exceptional Persons 3cr
Introduction to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing

Persons 3cr

Introduction to American Sign Language lcr

Intermediate American Sign Language 2cr
Speech for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons }ci
Language for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing and

English Language Learners 3cr

DeafCulturc 3cr

Sign Language in Educational Settings 2cr

Teaching Collaborative Practicum I lcr

Teaching Collaborative Practicum II 2cr

ASL Pedagogy 1 cr
Reading for Deaf, llard-of-llcaring. and

English Language Learners 3cr
Parent-Preschool Programs for Deaf and

Hard-of-Hearing Children 3cr

SPLP 222 Introduction to Audiology 3cr

SPLP 311 Aural Rehabilitation 3cr

Controlled Elective:

CDFR 218 or EDEX 112 3cr

Free Electives: 3

(#) Total Degree Requirements: 120

(*) A minimum cumulative and major GPA of 3.0 is required to enroll in
all 300- and 400-level courses. See requirements leading to teacher
certification, titled "3-Step Process for Teacher Education." in the
College of Education and Educational Technology section of this
catalog.

( 1 ) Pennsylvania Department of Education requires two college-level
(6cr) math courses. Students may take an) Liberal Studies MATH
course to fulfill this requirement and the 3cr of Liberal Studies Elective
requirement.

(2) EDEX 103 is a department-specific equivalent version of the COMM
course.

(#) See advisory paragraph "Timely Completion of Degree Require-
ments" in the Requirements for Graduation section of this catalog.



Deaf Studies Minor

A minor in Deaf Studies introduces the participant to essential information
regarding hearing loss and deal culture. In addition, basic sign language skills
are developed, this com si- i.f study enables individuals to have a better
understanding of the needs of deaf and hard-of-hearing persons and to
communicate with deal persons at a basic level.

48 The minor is an 18-credit program with 12 required and 6 elective credits

Required credits include the core courses which arc essential to understand-
ing the language and culture of the deaf community. The elective credits
allow the minor candidate to select a more focused area ol concentration

Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of not less than 2 8 to enter and
50 complete the minor Except for the introductory courses, 1 Dill 114 and

I 15, only students who have officially declared a Deaf Studies minor will be
able to schedule the designated courses. The grade received in American Sign
Language courses must be a "C" or better to complete the minor

This minor would be of interest to Anthropology, Criminology, I ducation,

Nursing. Psychology and Sociology majors and anyone else who is
interested in interacting with deal or hard-of-heanng persons



Minor-Deaf Studies

Required Courses:

I dhi 114 Introduction to Deal and Hard-of-Hearing

Persons
I Dill 115 Introduction to \meiic. in Sign language

I Dill 215 Intermediate American Sign Language



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I Dill ins

I Dill ill iv.iii uiture

( ontrolled Electives: Select 6ci from the followi

I Dl \ III Introduction to I xccptional Persons

I Dill 465 I'. Hi-Mi Preschool Programs foi Deal .mil

I lard "i l leai ing i hildren

SPI P JJ2 Introduction to Vudio



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Dual Certification



Students majoring in I lementar) I ducation maj complete academic
requirements foi certification in Deal I ducation bj completing the
following requirements Students are ad\ ised thai completion ol require-
ments foi .1 second certification will take approximate!) two extra
semesters



Dual Certification-Deaf Education for Majors in Elementary
Education



I Dill 114

I Dill 115

i Din :i>

I DHL 307

I Dill 108

I Dill 129

I Dill 130

I Dill 415

I Dill 451



Introduction u> Deaf and Hard of-Hearing

Persons

[ntroduction to American Sign I anguage

Intermediate American Sign 1 angu

Speech ibr Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons



HI

Id

2cr

HI



I anguage for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons lei



reaching Collaborative Practicum I Icr

reaching Collaborative Practicum II Icr

\si Pedago Icr
Reading for Deal. Hard-of-Hearing, and

1 oglish I anguage 1 earners 3cr

I Dl C >42 Pre-Studenl reaching Clinical Experience II Icr

EDUC42I Student Teaching (EDHL)(1) 6cr

SPI 1' 222 Introduction to Audio 3cr

SPLP31I Aural Rehabilitation 3cr

Recommended Electives:

MM I' 24: Speech Science I 3cr

SPI I' $34 Language Development 3cr

(I) Student leaching Configuration In addition to their regular re-
quirement of 12cr in Elementary Education, dual certification students
must do an extra 6ci placement I he recommended pattern is as
follows

*ocr in a regular elemental) classroom

*6cr in an elementary classroom with deaf and or hard-of-hearing

pupils included
*6cr in upper school classroom with deaf and or hard-of-hearing

pupils
*Total = I8cr inclusive for both certifications



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Bachelor of Science-Disability Services

I Iberai studies: \. outlined in I ibcral studies section
with the following specifications
Mathematics: ; i i

Social Science: PSY( 101 SI l( |5|

i Iberai Studies I lectrves: no course with i di \ i Dili
si'i p.ELI D orECI D prefixes



Major:
Required (

I Dl XIII
I Dl X 112
1 Dl \ 222

I Dl \ J40

EDEX 415

I Dl \ 4ss

EDEX 460
EDEX 4(.')

EDEX 478



I 1)1 X 493
EDHL 114

EDI II. 115

SIM p 254



nurses:

Introduction to I xceptional Persons

rypical and Atypical Growth and Development

Methods oi leaching Reading to Persons

with Disabilities

[ntroduction to Behavioi Management in

Special Education

Preschool I ducation foi < hildren with

Disabilities

transition fo| youth with Disabilities

I amil) Perspectives on Disability

Education ol Persons with Emotional

Behavioral Disorders, Learning Disabilities.

or Brain Injury

Education ol Persons with Mental Retardation

Developmental Disabilities and Physical

Multiple Disabilities

Internship field Training

Introduction to Deal and Hard-of-Hearing

Persons

Introduction to American Sign Language

Classroom Management of Language Disorders



Other Requirements:

Professional Sequence:

EDEX 103 Special Education Technology or
C'OMM 103 Digital Instructional Technology
EDSP 102 Educational Psychology

free Electives: ( 1 1

Students may use these 20cr toward study of a minor discipline
and/or as free electives.

Total Degree Requirements:

(1)



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It is recommended that students pursue minor studies in one ol the
following minor tracks: Child and family Studies i 1 8ci i. Deal Studies
(INcr). Educational Psychology (15cr). Psychology (18cr). or
Sociology ( 18ci )



D. Disability Services



Completion of this multidisciplinai) curriculum in educational, social, and
natural sciences prepares graduates to work as professionals serving
individuals with disabilities in a wide array of public and pn\ate sector
agencies and service providers, including adult Mental Health Mental
Retardation (Mil MRl programs Students who complete the program will
earn a Bachelor of Science degree and will be prepared for employment as
instniciioii.il assistants in public or private schools, as therapeutic staff
support personnel, oi in a wide variety of capacities m Mil MR programs.
community-based employment living programs, early intervention pro-
grams, residential treatment programs, preschool dav care programs, and
other agency service providers foi individuals with disabilities I he mini-
mum standard of eligibility for entrance into the program is a 2.75 GPA.



Department of Student Affairs in
Higher Education

Website: hum iup.edu take

Dr. Linda M. Hall, Chairperson: Belch. Lovvery. Mueller: professors
emeriti Lunardini. Thomas

Hie Department of Student Affairs in Higher Education oilers a Master of
Arts degree in Student Allans in Higher Education Students in this program
prepare to be professional practitioners in two- and four-year colleges and
universities in a variety of administrative areas, i e . admissions, housing
and residence life, student development programs, student activities and
organizations, (ireek affairs, registration, financial aid. career planning and
development, minority affairs, health services, athletics, advising and
testing, international student sen tees, and counseling programs

Please refer to the Graduate School Catalog for further details.



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The College of Fine Arts



Michael J. Hood, Dean

Michele A. Norwood, Assistant Dean for Curriculum and Instruction
Website: www.iup.edu/finearts



The College of Fine Arts has professional degree programs in Art. Music.
Theater and Dance, and Interdisciplinary Fine Arts and awards the Bacheloi
of Arts and the Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees Programs leading to certifica-
tion to teach art and music are ottered in cooperation with the College of
Education and Educational Technology. This partnership leads to the
Bachelor of Science in Education degree. The college also otters minors in
art, music, and theater and dance.

With one of the largest arts programs in the commonwealth. [UP's College
of Fine Arts offers dedicated facilities for each department augmented by a
1,600-seat auditorium, two theaters, three art galleries, a university
museum, a recital hall, a computer laboratory, and a state-of-the-art dance
studio. In the fall of 2005. a large, renovated teaching location for
sculpture and clay opened for art students, and in the spring of 2006, a
new K reno\ ated and beautifully enlarged music building opened tor music
students and faculty. The music facility is one of the best university music
leaching facilities in Pennsylvania, while the new location for sculpture and
clay offers large open space providing students the opportunity 10 increase
their undergraduate art experience. The college sponsors two hundred to
three hundred arts events annually, and our students, who currently enjo)
the strongest academic profile of any of the university's colleges, have
opportunities to develop their talents locally, regionally, and nationally.
The college has an active international program for student exchange with
a long-established field-based program.

There are no additional college requirements for graduation beyond the uni-
versity and departmental requirements listed in other sections of this
catalog.

Mission Statement

The mission of the College of Fine Arts at IUP is to provide excellent pro-
grams of study for all of its majors, balancing high professional standards
with rigorous and current educational practice, and to provide coursework
and programs of an equally high standard in sen ice to majors in other
departments which may require arts classes and. as part of the university 's
general studies mandate, to the entire university student body.

The College of Fine Arts takes as its special mission the presentation of
arts events including plays, concerts, exhibitions, and recitals, featuring the
work of our students and faculty as well as the work of visiting arts profes-
sionals, as a gift of enrichment and as a celebration of the human spirit for
the university, the community, and the region.

Finally, the college takes as its mandate and its privilege the inclusion in its
presentations, studios, and classrooms the works, thoughts, and perfor-
mances of a culturally and ethnically diverse world ol an

College Majors

• Art (History or Studio Trackj-B.A.

• Art Education -B.S.Ed.

• Art Studio B.F.A.

• Interdisciplinary Fine Arts (Dance Arts or Musical Theater
Track)-B.A.

• Music (History and Literature. General Studies, or
Theory and Composition Track) B.A.

• Music Education B.S.Ed.

• Music Performance-B.F.A.

• Theater B \



College Minors

• Art History

• Art Studio

• Dance



Entrcprcncurship for the Arts

Music

Theater



Major in Interdisciplinary Fine Arts



rhe Interdisciplinary Fine Arts major is available for students desiring to
combine coursework within the departments of An. Music, and I heater and
Dance and selected courses within other colleges. Students must enter into a
college department through a portfolio review or audition. Students select
specific "tracks" which are tailored to the areas of Musical I healer and
Dance Arts. This program is designed around core components within the
liberal arts and the line arts and is also spccilic.dk designed for the student
who has exceptional skill in more than one area of the arts. The new k
designed interdisciplinary major also includes the opportunity for an intern-
ship I he internships would include work within the performance arena.
This interdisciplinary program is coordinated through the Office of the
Dean. College of Fine Arts, where additional information is available

Musical Theater Track

The Interdisciplinary Fine Arts degree focuses on music theater with a full
integration of music, dance, and theater. Students must audition in music,
theater, and dance. In order to be accepted into this track, a student would
need to pass the audition in music and a second audition in either theater or
dance. As students plan their program, they need to be aware that a State
System Board of Governors' polic) slates that al leas! 40 percent of the
coursework in a degree must consist of courses numbered 300 and above.

Bachelor of Arts-Interdisciplinary Fine Arts/Musical
Theater Track (1)



Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section with

the following specifications

Fine Arts: DANCE I02 01 MUM 101

Mathematics: 3cr

Liberal Studies Electives: 9cr

Major: ( 1 I
Required Courses:
Dance:

DANC 102 Introduction to Dance (2 I
DANC 1 50 Fundamentals of Dance ( i i
DANC 260 Beginning Jazz Dance (4) or

DANC 4S5 Dance Studio: Jazz
DANC 270 Beginning Ballroom and Tap Dance ( 5 1 or

DANC 485 Dance Studio: Ballroom and Tap
Music:

Introduction to Musk (6)

Theory Skills I

I henry I

Voice I

Voice II

Voice 111

Voice JA



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MLT1I 101
MUSC 1 1 1
MUSC 115
APMU 105
APMU 155
APMU 205
APML 255
Theater:
THTR 111
THTR 240
THTR 487



Foundations of ["heater
Acting I
Acting Studio
Ensemble/Production Requirements: 1 7 1

MUSC 126 Music Theater

THTR 486 Practicum m Production (8)

Required Electives: i l| i
Dance:

DANC 250 Beginning Modern Dance
DANC 280 Beginning Ballet
DANC 290 I thnic Dance
DANC 35 1 Choreographs



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State System Board ol Governors' policv states thai at least 40 per-
cent ol the coursework in a degree must consist of courses numbered
300 and abo\ e

(2) If a student in this track selects DANC HO foi the Liberal Studies re-
quirement in the line Arts, this requirement is satisfied by that choice.

i i I Students with considerable dame training in three or more dance
genres would not be required to take this course

(4 I Choice of level of. la// course would depend upon previous training
level of student

I 5 I Choice of level of Ballroom Tap course would depend upon pre\ ions
training level of student

16) Required lor major unless MI/HI 101 has been used for the Liberal
Studies Fine Alts requirement.

(7) Ensemble production experiences over a minimum ol si\ semesters.
At least two production experiences need to be nonperformance
experiences

(8) In the last year of this track, students would be required to do a major
production responsibility under T11TR 486 as a Senior Project in
Music-Theater.

(9) As advised and in addition to any course listed above as an alternative.

Dance Arts Track

The Interdisciplinary Fine \rts Dance Arts Lrack focuses on the art of
dance with a primary integration of dance and theater and a secondary
integration of music and or an Students can be admitted to this track after
completion of both dance and theater auditions and or interviews

Bachelor of Arts-Interdisciplinary Fine Arts/Dance Arts Track

liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section with 53

the following specifications:

Lille \rts: Ml III 101

liberal Studies Electives: l >cr. no courses with LIAR prefix

Major: ill 55-39

Required Courses:

Dance: 9cr

DANC 102 Introduction to Dance 3cr

DANC 351 Chorcographv 3cr
DANC 355 Dance Production: Administration to Creation 3cr
Dance Technique: Select I7-21CT from the following:



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l>\\< 485 Dance Studio Ballroom and Tap
i>\\< 280 Beginning Ballet or

DANC 485 Dance Studio Ballet
DANI 290 Ethnic Dance
IIIIK 486 Practicum in Production (2)
Theater: Select one let course from the following
IIIIK IK) Fundamentals ol theatrical Design
IIIIK 122 (ostume Workshop
IIIIK 221 Basic Stage 1 ighting
IIIIK 223 Makeup foi the Stage
/ iiM-mhle Production I Mbition Requirements:
Select "cr from the following:

Ml SC 126 Music I heater

iiiik 486 Practicum in Production

(Dance. Theater, Musical, or Opera I
THTR 4X6 Practicum in Production Senior Project

Controlled Elective*: las advised)

ART 112. 113, 215. DAN< I J53, 4ss. | S \1K 456.

HPED 221, MUSC 110, 115. 126, THTR 116, 122.221.

223. 321. 322. 486 (2-6cr)

Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:

( 1 I Total credits for Major Required and Controlled Electives must be 46
(2) The foci of these practicum options could be in dance, theater,
musical, or opera In addition, at least 2cr would be required for a
senior thesis project in practicum in dance production.



Minor in Entrepreneurship for Fine Arts

This minor for nonbusiness majors program assumes no prior know ledge of
business. Fine arts students are often involved in starting and running their
own business, developing and starting small performing groups, and
developing and running nonprofit community theaters Students would
develop the skills necessary to evaluate opportunities within their industry.
I he) would learn, among other things, to ( 1 1 analyze their competition.
(2) develop marketing and financial plans. (3) explain intellectual property
rights. (4) negotiate contracts, and (5) write a business plan that could be
used to obtain financing from banks, investors, or other sources of funding.
These skills are all central to the creation and development of new
ventures This is a joint effort of four departments and represents an 18-
credit minor for fine arts majors The program is designed to give
nonbusiness majors a general background in starting and running a small
business



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Minor-Entrepreneurship for Fine Arts

ACCT 200 Foundations of Accounting 3cr

BTST 321 Business and Interpersonal Communications 3cr

MGMT 275 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3cr

MGMT 325 Small Business Management 3cr

MGMT 450 Case Studies in Arts Management 3cr

MK.TG311 Arts Marketing 3cr



Department of Art

Website: www.iup edu art

Richard Ciganko. Chairperson; Lortushniak, Gillham. Kabala,

LaRoche, Loar, Mambo. Manmkka. Matsubara. Mitchell. Nestor.

Palmisano. Rode. Sweeny . Turner, Yillalobos-Lchevema: and professors

emeriti Ah. Balsiger. Baltaglmi. Ben-Zvi, Burwell. C lav. DeLurio.

Dongilla. Dropcho. Hamilton. Iledman. Seelhorst. Vlslosky, Wert



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The Department of Art provides a sequence of foundation and advanced-
level courses directed toward the development of the student's creative and
expressive abilities. Degrees offered are the Bachelor of line Arts degree
with a major in Studio. Bachelor of Arts degree vv ith a major in Art Studio.
Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Art I listory, and Bachelor of
Science in Education degree with a major in Art Education. Minors in the
department include Art Studio and Art History.

Students pursuing studio or art education degrees are initially admitted into
the department through the Entrance Portfolio Review . Art history majors
are not required to submit a portfolio. Students interested in pursuing the



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