Study Speech Pathology
Speech Pathologists assess and treat adults and children exhibiting acquired or congenital disorders of speech, fluency, voice, language and swallowing.
Our Bachelor of Speech Pathology, ranked No.2 in Australia for learning resources and graduate salaries (Good Universities Guide 2021) is accredited by Speech Pathology Australia, the national professional and accrediting body. Complete approximately 1,000 hours of professional placements in diverse settings, and prepare yourself for a rewarding career that makes a difference, every single day.
Career opportunities for speech pathologists continue to grow nationally and internationally throughout the health and wellbeing industry, both in private practice and in working with health and education organisations and with various specialists.
Graduates of the Diploma of Health are guaranteed entry to the Bachelor of Speech Pathology and will receive credit for their previous study.
Why choose Speech Pathology with Southern Cross?
One of the best clinical lab facilities in Australia
Health Clinics on-campus provide safe and supervised environments for practicums.
Professional placement opportunities
1,000 hours of professional placement and a paediatric clinic on campus.
We’re rated No.2 in Australia for learning resources and graduate salary in Rehabilitation (GUG 2021)
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