Course summary

The Bachelor of Speech Pathology prepares students for entry into professional speech pathology practice. Speech pathologists assess and treat adults and children exhibiting acquired or congenital disorders of speech, fluency, voice, language and swallowing.

This distinctive course aims to educate students to become knowledgeable, skilled, empathetic, ethical and innovative professionals who are able to provide effective speech pathology assessment and intervention for people of different ages.

The course contains industry-specific and inter-professional units of study. A mix of theory units are combined with simulated learning and clinical practicum opportunities across the four-year course.

A speech pathology student conducts an analysis
DurationLocationSession

4F/8P

4.5 years minimum for students commencing Session 2

Gold Coast1, 2, 3
DurationLocationSession

4F/8P

Gold Coast1

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