The Bachelor of Arts in Speech, Language and Hearing Science at Temple’s College of Public Health is a degree program for students interested in becoming speech-language pathologists or audiologists. Graduates will have developed the skills to work with a variety of individuals to assess and treat speech, language and/or hearing challenges. These may include developmental delays and disorders such as autism, specific language impairment, developmental apraxia of speech, dyslexia and stuttering. They may also include acquired disorders such as age-related hearing loss and aphasia (a language disorder that can affect someone’s ability to produce and understand language).
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