She received her B. Her other research interests include the history of archaeology, particularly the in the Ottoman Empire, and the reception and propagandistic use of archaeological heritage in Turkey. Her dissertation research is generously supported by a Riggio Fellowship in Art History Her dissertation examines a problematic and unwieldy group of fragmentary ancient Greek portrait statues representing Hellenistic kings.
Communication Sciences Master of Arts The principal goal of the Master of Arts program is to develop clinical scientists who are skilled in the management of individuals with speech and language disorders.
Upon successful completion of the Master of Arts degree, students will also meet the academic and clinical practicum requirements for certification by ASHA and licensure in the State of Ohio. Degree requirements include completion of 42 credit hours of course work and a clinical practicum in communication disorders.
CHSC serves as the primary training site for graduate students enrolled in clinical practice. Its personnel and facilities provide exceptional clinical experiences for students seeking clinical certification in speech-language pathology.
The program also draws on clinical resources in University Circle and the Greater Cleveland area. Doctor of Philosophy The Doctor of Philosophy is awarded in recognition of 1 mastery, at an advanced level, of a body of knowledge in the disciplines of communication sciences and speech-language pathology, and 2 a demonstrated ability to perform independent research and communicate the results of that research.
Doctoral students choose a content area such as communication and aging, medically based speech disorders, or child language development and disorders as their primary focus of study.
However, they are also encouraged to enhance their scholarly preparation by completing course work outside of their primary content area. In addition to course work within the department, doctoral students may choose courses from graduate programs in other departments of the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as from several professional schools at the university, including the School of Medicine e.
Requirements for the doctoral program include course work, research rotations, a supervised classroom teaching experience, written and oral comprehensive examinations, and a dissertation.
A minimum of 36 hours of course work is required, including 9 credit hours in statistics and research design and 3 credit hours of directed study and research. Fifteen credit hours in the primary content area are required.
Two research rotations are required. One rotation is completed in the primary content area with the major advisor. The second rotation is completed with a faculty member other than the major advisor.
The dissertation research is not included in either of the two research rotations. A supervised classroom teaching experience is completed under the guidance of a faculty member in the program. Written and oral examinations are taken after all course work and research rotations are completed.
A dissertation prospectus is prepared under the guidance of a committee consisting of the dissertation advisor and two additional faculty members. A defense of the dissertation prospectus is required prior to commencing the dissertation study.
An oral defense of the dissertation takes place at the end of the doctoral program. Additional information about graduate work in communication sciences is available on the program's website.
These programs give students a thorough grounding in basic areas of psychological fact and theory and prepare them for careers as researchers, teachers, and practitioners.
The Master of Arts degree can be earned in the department as part of work toward a doctorate. Students participate in an integrated curriculum of basic and applied courses, research activities, and practicum and pre-internship placements.
Developmental, Cognitive, and Affective Sciences Program. Doctoral training in developmental, cognitive, and affective sciences prepares the student for an academic career in teaching and research. The program offers concentrations in developmental psychology, adulthood and aging, cognitive psychology, developmental disabilities research, and social psychology.
Faculty members help students develop flexible programs of study, according to individual interests. Additional information about graduate work in psychology is available on the program's website. Introduction to Health Communication. An introductory examination of the influences associated with the functions of human life, communication processes, and research related to health and the health care industry from interpersonal, cultural, and organizational communication perspectives.
The course will include a review of the history and development of health communication and the understanding and application of communication theories. Introduction to Communication Disorders. Forty-two million Americans have some type of communication disorder.
How does a person with a communication disorder cope with the challenges of daily living? This course will examine the characteristics of communication disorders via first hand and fictionalized accounts in books, films, and simulated communication disorders experiences.
Topics will include disorders of speech, language, and hearing in children and adults. Effects of communication disorders on families. Communication is a primary means of initiating, maintaining, and dissolving relationships.Nov 20, · Jill Beaver, Ph.D.
Health Scientist / AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow. Dr. Jill Beaver joined the Common Fund in the Office of Strategic Coordination in as a Science & Technology Policy Fellow through the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Müge Arseven Ancient Greek, Anatolian, and Near Eastern Art and Architecture. Müge entered the Ph.D.
program in as a Fulbright scholar and is primarily interested in the ancient art and architecture of Greece, Anatolia, and the Near East. A doctorate (from Latin docere, "to teach") or doctor's degree (from Latin doctor, "teacher") or doctoral degree (from the ancient formalism licentia docendi) is an academic degree awarded by universities that is, in most countries, a research degree that qualifies the holder to teach at the university level in the degree's field, or to work in a specific profession.
Accredited online PhD programs can save students time, especially in disciplines like business, public service, and engineering.
Learn more about online requirements, field availability, and the most reputable schools offering online doctoral programs for the academic year. We're hoping to rely on our loyal readers rather than erratic ads. To support Open Culture's continued operation, please consider making a donation. Founded in , the Yale School of Medicine is a world-renowned center for biomedical research, education and advanced health care.