Speech pathologists diagnose, treat and provide services to people with communication impairments, including speech, language, voice, fluency disorders, or clients with eating and drinking difficulties across the lifespan.
You will gain a detailed understanding of communication development, developmental and acquired communication and swallowing disorders, clinical practice and research. Your studies will be supported by fieldwork opportunities.
The course includes the introduction of theoretical, evidence-based material and its link to clinical practice, and research skills to become an evidence-based clinician.
IELTS: 7 TOEFL: 99
What you'll learn
Applicants with an honours degree or a bachelor degree with a course weighted average of 65% are eligible for entry to the program. The application process is competitive and typically successful applicants have demonstrated a distinction average.
Evidence of studies in human biology at university level is essential. Applicants without this background will have to complete additional units in this area before commencing the course.
Applicants will also submit a personal statement that reflects relevant work experience and knowledge of the profession.
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