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  MSc/PGCert/PGDip Acquired Communication Disorders

Online University of Sheffield    Human Communication Sciences

Full time & Part time September PGDip, MSc, PGCert (MSc) 1 year full-time / 2-3 years part-time, (PGDip) 1 year full-time / 2 years part-time, (PGCert) 1 year part-time Award winner
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Are you interested in the fascinating field of acquired communication disorders? Look no further than our MSc/PGCert/PGDip Acquired Communication Disorders (Online) programme. This comprehensive course is designed for speech and language therapists/pathologists, linguists, psychologists, and others with a relevant background. You'll gain a deep understanding of the latest approaches and theoretical and clinical issues in acquired communication disorders, such as aphasia, dysarthria, and communication difficulties associated with dementia or brain injury. Through evidence-based practice, you'll develop the skills needed to effectively support individuals with speech and language difficulties. With flexible online learning and a range of modules to choose from, this programme is the perfect fit for your career advancement. Join us now to become an expert in this important field.

About the course

Examine the impacts of disorders on communication skills, including aphasia and dysarthria, and conditions such as dementia and traumatic brain injury, so that you can provide specialist support.

This course focuses on speech, language and communication difficulties associated with conditions such as aphasia, dysarthria, dementia and traumatic brain injury. It is taught both online, by distance learning, and via face to face lectures These are delivered in one and two-day study blocks and also available to access virtually. Students can attend in person or access learning online.

The course is designed to give you specialist knowledge and skills to support people with acquired speech, language and communication difficulties.

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Entry Requirements

Minimum 2:1 undergraduate honours degree in a relevant subject, eg. speech and language therapy/pathology, linguistics, education or psychology.

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