UAC Undergraduate Course Description

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B Speech Pathology (Honours) 1,2

University of Newcastle

CampusType of
place
UAC codePattern of attendance 2013 cut-offStart dateMajor offer round
Newcastle – Callaghan CSP  480915  4F/EqP 84.00 3 Mar 2014 16 Jan 2014

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Recommended studies: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and English (Advanced).

Major studies: Linguistics, psychology, speech pathology.

Practical experience: Students complete over 20 weeks of clinical experience during the program. This clinical experience is spread over all four years and is organised to take place during semester and in the semester breaks. It occurs in metropolitan, local regional and rural settings on a one day per week or block placement.

Honours: All students who complete the requirements of the program will be eligible for Honours.

Professional recognition: Speech Pathology Association of Australia; recognised in NZ, Canada, the United Kingdom and the USA.

Career opportunities: Examples include speech pathologist in a hospital, community health centre, schools or private practice.

Additional information: Lectures are scheduled for daytime attendance.

1. Special requirements and policies apply

2. This program is subject to final approval.

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