Speech and Language Therapy
Our Speech and Language Therapy course will put people with communication difficulties at the centre of your learning.
The BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy programme is a collaborative programme run by Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Greenwich. You will study subjects drawn from a variety of disciplines such as psychology, linguistics and phonetics, anatomy and physiology in addition to speech and language therapy practice frameworks.
You will also study reflective practice, evidence-based research skills and research methodologies, and how these are applied in the practice setting to create and develop professional knowledge. You will also consider the biopsychosocial and spiritual needs of the client.
The integration of theory and practice will be central to the curriculum and there will be three periods of placement across the three years, enabling you to gain practice based skills alongside experienced speech and language therapists.
The curriculum is responsive to changing national and local requirements through close liaison both with speech and language therapists in practice, and also with statutory, regulatory and professional bodies to ensure that what is being taught is relevant and current to the changing professional landscape, and to promote academic progression and employability.
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