Master in Speech and Language Therapy [120.0]
The Master in Speech and Language Therapy is a training course with a professional focus which prepares students to become practice speech therapy at a professional level.
The speech therapist deals with communication and language and intervenes in disorders involving speech, the voice, oral and written language and arithmetic, whatever their origin, with children, adolescents, adultes and elderly people. Between medicine and psychology, training in speech and language therapy means that interventions are scientifically based, technically effective and deeply humane. The programme for the Master in Speech and Language Therapy is designed to develop theory-driven clinical skills and follows on from knowledge acquired in the Bachelor of Psychological Science with speech and language therapy as a major subject.
The courses are organized either at UCL or at ULB (the ULB courses can be easily recognized as their numbering starts with an 8).
The Master comprises core subjects worth 80 credits, a focus of 30 credits and optional subjects for 10 credits.
This Master gives access to the doctoral programme in psychological science or neuroscience
No university certificates are awarded for any subset of this programme
| 20/04/2009 |