University of Greenwich
Speech and Language Therapy
The programme gives students a detailed understanding of the changes that occur and difficulties that can arise for the individual who seeks the help of a speech and language therapist. The programme aims to develop speech and language therapists who are autonomous, accountable practitioners, competent and confident to contribute their evidence-based profession-specific skills and knowledge in the delivery of health, education and social care for users of speech and language therapy services and their families.
A 2.1 Honours degree and a commitment to helping children and adults who have difficulties with communication; or with eating; drinking; and swallowing. Students who do not have English as their first language, must have an IELTS score of an average of 8, with no score less than 7.5.
Modules include: Orientation to speech and language therapy; biological sciences for speech and language therapy; speech and language therapy: assessment and intervention; communication and cognitive disorders; psychological science and human development; open module: work-based learning.
Assessment is based on case studies, essays, situational analysis, oral presentation, unseen papers, portfolio and reflection.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Medway Campus||Chatham||ME4 4TB||South East|
020 8331 9000