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Speech pathology

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Speech pathology

Our graduate program in speech pathology aims to prepare students to become clinically competent in assessing and treating speech-language disorders. This program provides students with a variety of clinical and research opportunities with the vast resources available through the faculty members and research facilities in a hospital setting.
On achieving a master's and a doctoral degree and a certificate of clinical competence, one is able to perform as a speech language pathologist in hospital settings, private clinics or research institutes.

Master's and Doctoral Degree in Speech Language Pathology
  • Application and Admission to the Graduate Program in Speech Pathology
    Applicants must be four- year college/university graduates for the master's course with no psychiatric problems. Applicants for the doctoral course must have a master's degree with no psychiatric problems. In order to enter the program applicants must pass the entrance examination consisting of an oral examination. or a written examination in communicative disorders with a minimum score of 500 on the TOEFL.
  • Program Requirements
    • Completion of 30 credits including the three required courses for the master's course
    • Completion of 60 credits for the doctoral course. (30 credits earned in the master's course of speech pathology will be included in the 60 credits required)
    • Passing the English examination : minimum score of 500 on the TOEFL(required in both master's and doctoral course)
    • Passing the foreign language examination : in doctoral course)
    • Passing comprehensive exam
    • Thesis
Courses in Speech Pathology
  • NK501 Introduction to Communication Disorders
  • NK502 Speech Science *
  • NK503 Studies in Language Development
  • NK504 Audiology
  • NK505 Diagnosis in Communication Disorders
  • NK506 Neural Bases of Speech-Language Production *
  • NK507 Voice disorders
  • NK508 Fluency Disorders
  • NK509 Developmental Language Disorders
  • NK510 Rehabilitative Audiology
  • NK5l1 Articulation and Phonology Disorders
  • NK601 Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis
  • NK602 Research Methods in Communication Disorders *
  • NK603 Aphasia and Related Language Disorders
  • NK604 Motor Speech Disorders
  • NK605 Cleft Palate
  • NK606 Clinical Observation
  • NK607 Clinical Practicum I
  • NK608. 609 Individual Study 1, II
  • NK699 Directed Research
  • NK610 Clinical Practicum II

(* indicates the required courses)

Doctoral Courses in Speech Pathology
  • NK701 Research Design & Methodology in Speech Language Pathology
  • NK702 Advanced Statistics
  • NK703 Trends and Issues of Language
  • NK704 Advanced Seminar in Child Language Disorders
  • NK705 Advanced Seminar in Neurogenic Communication Disorders
  • NK706 Advanced Seminar in Phonological Disorders
  • NK707 Advanced Seminal· in Voice Disorders
  • NK708 Advanced Seminar in Stuttering
  • NK709 Advanced Seminar in Cleft Palate
  • NK710 Psychology of Language
  • NK7l 1 Independent Study I
  • NK712 Independent Study II
  • NK713 Directed Research

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