Master of Speech Pathology at Griffith University

Confirming its commitment to the delivery of contemporary, relevant programs Griffith Health has introduced two-year a Master of Speech Pathology program at the university’s Gold Coast campus.

Griffith University Speech Pathology School
Study speech pathology at Griffith Health Centre

The speech pathology program is now located in the $150-million purpose-built Griffith Health Centre, adjacent to the new Gold Coast University Hospital.

The Master of Speech Pathology will equip you to begin practice as a fully-accredited, highly-competent and work-ready speech pathologist in a wide range of health, community and education settings.

It encourages personal and professional development through
  • a problem-based learning curriculum;
  • active learning in small groups; and
  • clinical placements that facilitate the integration of theory and practice.
The Master of Speech Pathology program will foster research literacy—enhancing your ability to respond effectively to the changing nature of professional knowledge and practice, and ensuring you have the skills to provide quality services throughout your professional life.

Program: Master of Speech Pathology
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 years
Application deadline: September 30, 2015

Entry Requirements
To be eligible to apply to the Master of Speech Pathology, applicants must have
  • completed an undergraduate degree (not in speech pathology) with a minimum GPA of 5.0. While there are no prerequisite study areas for admission, desirable areas include psychology, health science, public health, medical science, human services, education, and linguistics; and
  • a satisfactory performance in an interview with the Program Convenor.
As the number of applicants may exceed the places available, selection for admission is competitive and will be based upon (1) academic merit and (2) interview.

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