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Commonwealth supported: AUD $7,649.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $16,700.00
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Under this arrangement, the Australian Government contributes towards your tuition fees and you are responsible for the remaining tuition fees, called your 'student contribution'.
You are eligible to be Commonwealth Supported if you are studying:
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Domestic tuition fees (unsubsidised full fee amount) will be applicable to you if you are not eligible for a Commonwealth Supported Place.
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This course structure will be available to students commencing the course from Semester 1, 2015 onwards.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The course is a 480 credit point (30 unit) course and is a 4 year (or part-time equivalent) course.
The program will involve four specialisations. The specialisations are summarised below:
The Bachelor of Speech Pathology Honours (Y12) is available for students who have a course weighted average of 70 or higher across the first three years of their degree and who have completed the unit PSY3303. Students who meet this criteria and are invited to enrol in the Bachelor of Speech Pathology Honours (Y12) will need to transfer into Y12 prior to commencing 4th year.
|SPE1100||Evidence-Based Practice in Speech Pathology||15|
|PSY1101||Introduction to Psychology||15|
|SPE1102||Language Across the Lifespan||15|
|SCH1134||Human Structure and Function||15|
|PSY1102||Research Methods in Psychology 1||15|
|SPE1101||Professional Standards and Competencies||15|
|PSY1204||Social Determinants of Behaviour||15|
|PSY2202||Research Methods in Psychology 2||15|
|SPE2104||Analysis of Sensorimotor Systems||15|
|SPE2105||Clinical Decision Support Systems: Activity, Participation and Contextual Factors||15|
|PSY2301||Learning and Motivation||15|
|SPE2103||Analysis of Speech and Language||15|
|SPE3100||Clinical Decision Support Systems - Standard Tests||*||15|
|SPE3111||Neurogenic Communication Disorders||15|
|SPE3106||Management of Speech and Language Disorders||15|
|SPE3107||Clinical Practicum 1||#||15|
|PSY3303||Research Applications and Ethical Issues||15|
|SPE3112||Language Difference: Implications for Clinical Practice||*||15|
|SPE3105||Management of Sensorimotor Disorders||15|
|SPE3110||Professional Issues in Speech Pathology||15|
|SPE3108||Clinical Practicum 2||15|
|IAS3110||Indigenous Australians, Cultural Competence and Speech Pathology||15|
|SPE4100||Clinical Speech Pathology Practicum: Assessment of a Single Case||15|
|SPE4110||Clinical Practicum 3||30|
|SPE4108||Topics in Focus in Speech Pathology||15|
|SPE4101||Clinical Speech Pathology Practicum: Treatment of a Single Case||15|
|SPE4111||Clinical Practicum 4||30|
|SPE4109||Professional Skills in Speech Pathology: Workplace Preparation||15|