Bachelors in Speech Language Therapy/Pathology
How To Apply
Application forms are available at University Campus.
Working with the full range of human communication and its disorders, speech-language pathologists evaluate and diagnose speech, language, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders in individuals of all ages, from infants to the elderly. The Speech & Language Pathologist evaluates and treats children and adults with speech and language problems. These problems are varied but frequently include difficulty with pronouncing words, comprehending and expressing language, stuttering and aphasia (language impairment following a stroke). They develop appropriate treatment goals and activities related to the specific needs of clients, and to identify equipment or materials that would be used in treatment of patients. The practice of speech-language pathology includes prevention, diagnosis, habilitation, and rehabilitation of communication, swallowing and other upper aero-digestive disorders. It also entails elective modification of communication behaviors; and enhancement of communication. Throughout the world Speech and Language Pathologist are actively engaged in research to enhance knowledge about human communication processes. They supervise and direct public school or clinical programs and assist in developing new methods and products to evaluate and treat speech-language disorders.
Degree requirement for this program is:
- Intermediate Science (Pre-medical) from a recognized Board or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks.Age not more than 25 years at the time of admission
Speech – Language Pathologists - Recipient of referrals from a variety of sources, including neurologist, otorhinolaryngologists, school teachers, physiatrists, hearing aid and implant providers, parents, and the majority coming from pediatricians, physical therapists, occupational therapists and nurses. Researcher ,Teacher or educator in the academe.