Which degree is right for me?
The best place to start when deciding on a speech therapist degree is to find what you’re passionate about. It’s good to think about the career path you want to follow so you can tailor your studying experience to suit you. Contact us and we can talk you through your undergraduate or postgraduate study options.
A Speech Pathology course at UniSQ imparts valuable knowledge and practical skills through professional experience placements. What theory and practical knowledge you will gain during your studies will vary depending on the Speech Pathology degree you choose.
Associate Degree of Allied Health - A 2 year full-time degree that is a qualification in its own right, but it is also a pathway to a bachelor degree. Within this degree you will gain foundational knowledge in evidence-based practice, human communication, anatomy, physiology, culture, health, illness, and working with diverse populations.
Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honour) - A 4 year full-time degree with research integrated learning. This allows you to select from two Honours pathways with a focus on either partnership with industry or an individual research project.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - A postgraduate qualification with a focus on research. You will have expansive intellectual freedom to be able to make an original and substantial contribution to your area of study.
Master of Research - A postgraduate degree ideal for those who have completed a bachelor degree and want to continue to enhance their research skills in a specialised area. You will develop your research skills, specialist knowledge and produce original contributions in your chosen field.