The Master of Speech and Language Pathology (MSLP) is a graduate-entry professional qualification to practice as a speech language pathologist/therapist. Students generally have a background in science, linguistics, engineering, psychology, education, or health sciences, and this programme provides an opportunity to enter the speech-language profession.
In the MSLP, students study the areas of clinical linguistics, evidence-based practice, introductory neuroscience, speech and language development and disorders across the lifespan, typical and atypical hearing, swallowing, fluency and voice, and professional practice.
This hands-on programme includes experiential clinical practice.
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Students complete the following courses. Part I must be completed before moving onto Part II.
- SPSC 661 Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics
- SPSC 662 Fluency Disorders
- SPSC 664 Professional Studies and Clinical Practice I
- SPSC 665 Speech and Language Disorders in Children
- SPSC 666 Voice Disorders
- SPSC 667 Neuroscience of Communication and Swallowing
- SPSC 668 Evidence-Based Clinical Practice 2
- HEAR 663 Audiologic Assessment and Management
- SPSC 669 Dysphagia and Related Disorders – Diagnosis
- SPSC 670 Aphasia and Related Disorders
- SPSC 671 Applied Research and Clinical Practice 3
- SPSC 672 Spoken and Written Language Disorders in Educational Settings
- SPSC 673 Motor Speech Disorders
- SPSC 674 Dysphagia and Related Disorders: Management
- SPSC 675 Evidence-based Practice for Complex Communication Disorders
- SPSC 676 Professional Studies and Clinical Practice 4