Speech-Language Pathologists

(NOC 3141)

What do Speech-Language Pathologists do?

Audiologists and speech-language pathologists diagnose, evaluate and treat human communication disorders including hearing, speech, language and voice disorders.

How to become: Speech-Language Pathologists

To be an audiologist or speech-language pathologist, you need a master's degree or equivalent in your chosen area of practice. You may need certification with a professional association and a licence in the province/territory where you'll work.

Where to study for a career as: Speech-Language Pathologists

The University of Queensland
Brisbane, AU

Related Program(s):
Speech Pathology Bachelor; Honours
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University of Southampton
Southampton, England, GB

Related Program(s):
Audiology (BSc) Bachelor; Honours
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University of Birmingham - Postgraduate Study
Birmingham, England, GB

Related Program(s):
Teachers of Children and Young People with Multi-Sensory Impairment Master; Distance
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Modified on December 15, 2023

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