Speech pathologists assess, diagnose, treat and provide management and advocacy services to people with communication or swallowing disorders.
People with communication disorders may have difficulties in speech, language, voice, fluency, reading and spelling.
This course is accredited with Speech Pathology Australia. It is the individual applicant's responsibility to investigate if this course meets the registration requirements to practice as a speech pathologist in their country of origin or their preferred country of practice.
You must have a relevant Bachelor's degree equivalent to an Australian Bachelors degree, completed in the past five years (or subsequent postgraduate study and/or relevant work experience) with a minimum grade average of 75 per cent over the last two years or H2A in Honours. Relevant studies include health, behavioural or biological sciences or linguistics.
Recipient: La Trobe University
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