The Master of Speech and Language Therapy is a two-year graduate entry program that provides the skills to deliver quality speech and language pathology services, with a focus on underserved contexts nationally and globally. This degree equips you to have the clinical skills to tailor your service provision in response to the changing demands of the Australian health systems. The Master of Speech and Language Therapy is designed for students who are seeking a diverse and rewarding health career with a focus on communication rights and improving the lives of individuals experiencing speech or language disability and/or swallowing disorders.
The course offers flexibility in learning with online delivery, complemented with intensive on-campus residentials, and clinical learning. This course incorporates health practicums supported by CDU academics and registered Speech Pathology professionals. There are unique placement opportunities in the Northern Territory local, rural and remote areas.