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Speech Pathology

The ability to communicate is a fundamental human capability that most of us take for granted, however, a significant number of people, from infants to the elderly, face communication difficulties or difficulties feeding. These difficulties may arise from a range of causes including neurological damage, hearing impairment, physical dysfunction, psychological disturbance or intellectual impairment, or from disturbances in the course of normal development which have no identified cause. As a speech pathologist (or human communication science practitioner) you will work with, and advocate for, individuals with communication and swallowing difficulties in order to reduce the impact of these difficulties on their lives.

Our graduate-entry master-level course offers you a fast-track to a rewarding career in speech pathology.

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