- SLHS 479 Clinical Methods and Intervention (SLPA)
- SLHS 480 Professional Issues and Ethical Considerations (SLPA)
- SLHS 499 Independent Study
- SLHS 511 Tool School
- SLHS 458/558/658 Clinical Studies: Speech-Language Pathology
Cass Faux is the Coordinator of Clinical Education for Speech-Language Pathology in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. She received her BS and MS in Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of Arizona. Clinically, she maintains broad interests in pediatric communication disorders, with a specialization in Augmentative and Alternative Communication Devices for children and adults. Other areas of expertise include the management of cochlear implantation, motor speech disorders, and language impairment, especially as it affects literacy development. Cass is a founding member of the Muscular Dystrophy Association/Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Clinic located at Banner-University Medical Center, South Campus. Cass has served as a speech-language pathologist and consultant in several settings, encompassing practice in hospital and medical settings, private practice, state agencies, and a tenure as interim director at the Cerebral Palsy Foundation of Tucson. She encourages collaboration with colleagues in O.T., special education, deaf education, P.T., and music therapy.