Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours)

Learn how to diagnose and manage a diverse range of cases with the benefit of JCU’s on-campus speech and language clinic.


in Queensland for employment outcomes* *Good Universities Guide 2021, UG study area


Median graduate salary* *Good Universities Guide 2021, UG study area

Five stars

for student support* *Good Universities Guide 2021, UG study area



  • Townsville: February



+estimated annual Commonwealth Supported Fee

Fees are based on 2020 figures and are subject to change

Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible


4 years full-time

6 years part-time

Only Levels 1 & 2 can be completed part-time

Entry Requirements

ATAR 75.7

English (Units 3/4,C) plus one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology or Health (Units 3/4,C)

QTAC Codes

  • 317041

Course detail

Real stories

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    Nicole Dunn

    Bachelor of Speech Pathology

    Speech Pathologists go through the human lifespan. You can get jobs in paediatrics – right from when babies are born, all the way through to palliative care. There’s so many different places we can work, and we’re in really high demand, especially in rural areas.

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    Tamara Bosnjak

    Bachelor of Speech Pathology

    One of the best things about studying speech pathology at JCU is the smaller class sizes, which means you get to know your classmates well and not only make friends but work colleagues when you graduate. You also get to know the lecturers, who were super supportive and helpful on my journey.

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    Jacqueline Lim

    Speech Pathology

    We have a unique focus on preparing graduates to work in rural and remote locations. Many of our graduates thoroughly enjoy the opportunities the course provides to experiencing the complexities and joys of rural and remote practice, and many choose to work in regional Australia after graduation.