This four-year Master of Speech and Language Therapy (MSLT) integrated master’s course will equip you with all the knowledge and skills that you need to start a rewarding career as a speech and language therapist. You will learn the theory of speech and language therapy, and placements will immerse you in a variety of clinical environments. We are passionate about original research and you will have the chance to explore an area that inspires you.
Year One: Foundations for SLT: Foundations of Linguistics; Foundations for SLT: Biological and Medical Sciences 1; Professional Practice: Clinical and Professional Capabilities; Foundations for SLT: Language Structure, Processing and Variation; Foundation for SLT: Lifespan; Professional Practice: Lifespan Placement; Research for SLT: Cognitive Sciences and Research Methods 1.
Year Two: Foundation for SLT: Biological and Medical Sciences 2; Speech and Language Pathology: Developmental Language Disorder; Foundations for SLT: Advanced Phonetic Analysis; Professional Practice: Practice-Based Learning 2; Speech and Language Pathology: Specific Speech Disorders; Speech and Language Pathology: Developmental and Acquired Dysphagia; Research for SLT: Cognitive Sciences and Research Methods 2.
Year Three: Speech and Language Pathology: Developmental Disorders of Social Communication; Professional Practice: Delivering Services to Reflect Diversity; Speech and Language Pathology: Organic Speech Impairments and Voice Disorders; Speech and Language Pathology: Acquired Language.
Year Four: Speech and Language Pathology: Physical, Sensory and Intellectual Impairment; Professional Practice: Training and Leadership; Professional Practice: Practice-Based Learning 4/Research for SLT: Research Project; Professional Practice: Applied Clinical Decision Making.
2024 entry requirements:
5 Highers at AABBB (standard entry) or ABBBB (widening access entry), English, a modern language, Psychology or science subjects preferred plus English and Maths or Applications of Maths necessary at National 5, Biology preferred.
You would require a satisfactory PVG (Protecting Vulnerable Groups) check to show you are suitable for this type of course. Contact Disclosure Scotland for details.
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