Bachelor Honours Degree (AQF Level 8)
Tropical Health and Medicine
Successful completion of an AQF level 7 Bachelor Degree in a discipline cognate to the proposed area of research within the past five years; and
achievement of an overall grade point average of 5.0 (i.e. credit average) across their bachelor degree, with credits or better in discipline-specific areas.
Minimum English language proficiency requirements
Applicants of non-English speaking backgrounds must meet the following English language proficiency requirements:
an overall IELTS of 7.0 with a minimum writing score of 6.0; speaking score of 8.0; reading and listening score of 7.0; or
submission of results of the Occupational English Test (OET) taken within the last 12 months with grades of at least 3 ‘A’s and 1 ‘B’ on the OET test.
Additional selection requirements
Application for entry to the Honours program is by approval of the College Dean.
Quota restrictions on the number of honours places available may apply from time to time as determined by the College Dean.
Students for honours who have graduated with a pass degree from this or another university or who graduated more than five years ago may be required to complete such coursework or assessment as the College Dean recommends.
Students’ professional experience and continuing professional development will also be considered in their application.
Special admission requirements
Hold membership, or be eligible for practising membership of Speech Pathology Australia
Post admission requirements
Depending on the area of research and/or professional experience placement activities, students must comply with the relevant mandatory pre-placement requirements of the University and the Host facility. Students must complete all professional experience placement requirements by the prescribed deadlines and maintain currency of these requirements in order to stay admitted in the course.
You will find your course requirements here:
24 credit points as per course structure
Course learning outcomes
The Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) degree qualifies graduates with coherent and advanced knowledge in an area of practice based knowledge and the application of research principles and methods.
On successful completion of the Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) degree program graduates will be able to:
SL4501:12 Speech Pathology Honours Part 1 of 2
SL4502:12 Speech Pathology Honours Part 2 of 2
SL4511:06 Speech Pathology Honours Part 1 of 4
SL4512:06 Speech Pathology Honours Part 2 of 4
SL4513:06 Speech Pathology Honours Part 3 of 4
SL4514:06 Speech Pathology Honours Part 4 of 4
COURSE AVAILABLE AT
Expected time to complete
1 year full-time or equivalent part-time
Maximum time to complete
Maximum leave of absence
Course progression requisites
Course includes mandatory professional placement(s)
Special assessment requirements
Professional accreditation requirements
Students enrolled in this course must be eligible for practising membership of Speech Pathology Australia.
Maximum allowed Pass Conceded (PC) grade
Supplementary exam for final subject
Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours)
Inclusion of majors on testamur
Not applicable - this course does not have majors
Exit with lesser award