Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology is a four year course including one year compulsory internship. Under the curriculum they will study the production of speech and language and work with children and adults who have disorders affecting their ability to communicate and study the physical, physiological and psychological aspects of hearing, and provide intervention and technology-based rehabilitation to persons with hearing loss and problems with balance. The speech-language pathology and audiology program in the AIMS provides the foundation for graduate study leading to career opportunities as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist. Speech-language pathology and audiology are professions consistently rated among the best careers for the changing job landscape. They are employed in a variety of school and healthcare settings such as schools, clinics and hospitals.

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Undergraduate (UG)
Center for Allied Health Sciences