James Cook University
School of Languages, Literature and Communication
Master of Speech Pathology
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The Master of Speech Pathology by research requires the completion of a supervised thesis that shows sound knowledge of the subject matter, independent thought and effective research skills. It has been developed to provide speech pathology graduates with an opportunity to advance their expertise in research. Students can select a research project in any area relevant to contemporary speech pathology practice that could include linguistics, paediatric speech and language impairments, neurogenic speech and language impairments, swallowing, clinical education or clinical practice.