SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST ASSISTANT

YOUR FUTURE

With the increasing sophistication of treatment techniques and the growing needs for speech and language services, the demand for MacEwan graduates continues to grow.

Our graduates work primarily with children in early education settings and in schools as:

  • Language disorders assistants
  • Speech language pathologist assistants
  • Communication disorders assistants
  • Health care assistants
  • Rehabilitation services practitioners
  • Teacher assistants
  • Special Needs assistants

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Further study

Once you graduate, consider further study in your field with a MacEwan University degree. All courses in your program are credit courses and may help you finish a second credential in less time.

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Take credit for your work

All courses completed in this program are credit courses and may be transferable toward further study at post-secondary institutions in Alberta.

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