Macquarie University

Master of Speech and Language Pathology

Macquarie University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00002J; 02942D (ELC)

Speech pathologists work with people who have communication and swallowing disabilities. They have a particular focus on helping children aged 0-5 who have developmental speech and language difficulties; providing specialist support to school-aged children and adolescents with language, learning, and reading difficulties; implementing rehabilitation programs with adults who have had a brain injury; supporting children and adults with complex medical, developmental and acquired conditions such as autism, cleft palate and dementia with communication and swallowing; and working with a variety of professionals in optimising their voice and vocal skills. This course will prepare you for a rewarding career in speech pathology, in which you will have opportunities to implement tailored services with individuals who have developmental and acquired communication and swallowing disabilities, and effect potentially life-changing outcomes.

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Standard entry requirements

AQF Level 7 bachelor's qualification or recognised equivalent with a WAM of 65, andRecent successful completion of prerequisite units at AQF Level 7 in each of the following areas:

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