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Master of Speech Therapy
Master of Speech Therapy (MST)

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Curriculum

The subject list is subject to revision. Offering of subjects is subject to the availability of teaching staff and viable enrolment number. Some elective subjects will not be offered in every year. The Department has the discretion on the offering semester and class quota, which is limited by classroom capacity.

Foundation subjects (21 credits)

Subject Code Subject Nature/Title

APSS5801 Foundations in Behavioral and Social Sciences I
APSS5802 Foundations in Behavioral and Social Sciences II
CBS5111 Foundations in Biomedical Sciences I
CBS5112 Foundations in Biomedical Sciences II
CBS5131 Foundations in Linguistics and Language Sciences I
CBS5132 Foundations in Linguistics and Language Sciences II
CBS5133 Foundations in Linguistics and Language Sciences III
CBS5134 Foundations in Linguistics and Language Sciences IV

Professional Subjects (42 credits)

Subject Code Subject Nature/Title

CBS5151 Introduction to Communication Disorders and Audiology
CBS5141 Introduction to Speech Therapy and Audiology
CBS5241 Paediatric Communication Disorders: Assessment and Treatment I
CBS5242 Paediatric Communication Disorders: Assessment and Treatment II
CBS5211 Adult Communication Disorders: Assessment and Treatment I
CBS5212 Adult Communication Disorders: Assessment and Treatment II
CBS5221 Other Communication Disorders: Assessment and Treatment I
CBS5231 Other Communication Disorders and Swallowing Disorders: Assessment and Treatment II
CBS5299 Research Project I
CBS5399 Research Project II

Clinical Education Subjects (27 credits)

Subject Code Subject Nature/Title

CBS5701 Clinical Practicum I
CBS5702 Clinical Practicum II
CBS5703 Clinical Practicum III
CBS5704 Clinical Practicum IV
CBS5705 Clinical Practicum V
CBS5706 Clinical Practicum VI
CBS5707 Clinical Practicum VII
CBS5321 Case Conference
CBS5311 Professional Ethics and Issues

 

 

 

   
 

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