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The Hearing and Speech minor is designed to prepare students for post graduate study to become a Speech Pathologist or Audiologist. This minor focusses on normal speech, language and hearing acquisition, development and change in human communication across the lifespan, and the underpinning theoretical disciplines.

Graduates will, therefore, have an integrated understanding of the linguistic, psychological, acoustic, neuroscience and anatomical bases of human communication. Graduates will acquire technical skills in speech and language analysis and hearing assessment.

About this minor

This minor is available in the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Science and their associated double degree combinations.

This minor is not an accredited program in Speech Pathology or Audiology.

Graduate opportunities

The Hearing and Speech minor is designed to prepare students for postgraduate study to become a speech pathologist or audiologist. Graduates with a hearing and speech minor may also consider work in the disability support sector, technical writing in medicine and health, audiometry, TESOL, and in special education roles.

Courses that offer this minor

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Units of study in this minor

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The course information on this website applies only to future students. Current students should refer to faculty handbooks for current or past course information.

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