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Enables graduates to become speech pathologists. This course covers the full range of skills necessary to assess, plan, and treat people with communication disorders, voice disorders, and swallowing or fluency difficulties in a range of different contexts. The course is closely aligned with areas such as speech science, psychology, audiology, and allied healthcare. It also includes a substantial clinical practicum designed to provide the full range of clinical experience required for accreditation by the Speech Pathology Association of Australia.
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Minimum admission requirements apply to enter this course.
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Bachelor of Speech Pathology
Course Description:
Related careers
Speech Pathologist in public and private sectors

This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.

This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The course is a 480 credit point (30 unit) course and is a 4 year (or part-time equivalent) course.

The program will involve four specialisations. The specialisations are summarized below:

   1. Evidence, Analysis and Interpretation
   2. Speech Pathology Practice
   3. Professional Issues, Education and Development
   4. Cognitive Neuroscience of communication, Voice and Swallowing


Year One - Semester 1
Unit           Description                                                             Points

SPE1100    Evidence-Based Practice in Speech Pathology         15
PSY1101    Introduction to Psychology                                       15
SPE1101    Professional Standards and Competencies              15
SCH1134    Human Structure and Function                                15

Year One - Semester 2
Unit            Description                                         Points

PSY1102     Research Methods in Psychology 1         15
SCP1132    Introduction to Physics                            15
PSY1204     Social Determinants of Behaviour            15
SCH1143    Systems Physiology                                 15

Year Two - Semester 1
Unit           Description                                                                                                         Points

PSY2202    Research Methods in Psychology 2                                                                         15
SPE2100    Computerised Analysis:Sensori-Motor Systems                                                      15
SPE2102    Clinical Decision Support Systems: Handicap, Participation and Environment         15
PSY2301    Learning and Motivation                                                                                          15

Year Two - Semester 2
Unit            Description                                                                                                 Points

SPE2101    Computerized Analysis: Speech and Language                                              15
OCT4102    Creativity and Health                                                                                     15
EDF3101    Working with Indigenous Australian Children, Youth and their Families         15
PSY3350    Biological Psychology, Sensation and Perception         15

Year Three - Semester 1
Unit           Description                                                                    Points

PSY3303    Research Applications and Ethical Issues                         15
SPE3100    Clinical Decision Support Systems - Standard Tests         15
SPE3103    Professional Issues in Speech Pathology                         15
SPE3104    Neurogenic Communication Disorders                              15

Year Three - Semester 2
Unit           Description                                                  Points

SPE3101    Voice, Swallowing and Fluency                         15
SPE3102    Speech, Language and Hearing                       15
EDU2230    Classroom Management and Instruction         15
PSY3304    Cognition                                                          15

Year Four - Semester 1
Unit           Description                                                                                           Points

SPE4100    Clinical Speech Pathology Practicum: Assessment of a Single Case         15
SPE4102    Speech Pathology Practice: Hospital Settings    *                                    30
SPE4104    Professional Skills in Speech Pathology: Membership and Professional Development                                                                                                                                          15

*SPE4102 Half the students will complete this unit in Semester 1, the other half in Semester 2.


Year Four - Semester 2
Unit           Description                                                                                         Points

SPE4101    Clinical Speech Pathology Practicum: Treatment of a Single Case         15
SPE4103    Speech Pathology Practice: Community Settings    *                             30
SPE4105    Professional Skills in Speech Pathology: Clinical Education and Reflective Practice                                                                                                                                             15

*SPE4103 Half the students will complete this unit in Semester 2, the other half in Semester 1.



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