The dual, education-integrating study course conveys broad basic knowledge, methods and theories of speech and language therapy with special consideration of technical knowledge and methods of evidence-based therapy. The combination of the Bachelor’s program with a professional training in clinical practice results in a close interlocking of practical and university qualifications at a high level.
The dual Bachelor program in Speech and Language Therapy with integrated vocational training aims at imparting broad basic knowledge about methods and theories of Speech and Language Therapy. By increasing their specialist knowledge, graduates are particularly qualified to act on evidence. The combination of the Bachelor’s program with a professional training in clinical practice results in a close interlocking of practical and university qualifications at a high level.
Having obtained their university degree, graduates master the demands of professional practice using current scientific theories and methods. They are able to look at the abilities of the human language, articulation, voice, hearing, and swallowing functions as well as effectively treat their disorders in a theory-based manner. In order to do so, they combine current evidence with their personal competences as well as with the patient’s individual demands. In the process, they are able to work self-reliantly, self-dependently, and interprofessionally. They are able to reflect and evaluate their therapeutic treatment scientifically. The related tasks of documentation, quality assurance, and management can be conducted in accordance with the requirements of social law applicable to prevention, therapy, and rehabilitation.
Modules of basic studies: Basics of Speech and Language Therapy; Medical aspects of Speech and Language Pathology; Linguistics and Social Sciences; Speech Disorders and Impairments; Speech and Language Therapy in Practice
Modules of major studies - Mandatory courses: Introduction to Scientific Methods; Scientific Principles in Speech and Language Pathology; Health Sciences; Computer Assisted Methods in Speech and Language Therapy; Basics of Business Administration; Information Technology in Health Care; Evidence-based Practice in Speech and Language Therapy: Aspects of Multilingualism; Evidence-based Practice in Speech and Language Therapy: Geriatrics; Evidence-based Practice in Speech and Language Therapy: Literacy; Manual Methods in Speech and Language Therapy; Practical Project I and II
Modules of major studies - Elective courses: One course to be selected from the current elective courses of the Bachelor programme Speech and Language Therapy
Bachelor thesis including colloquium
The programme is offered exclusively in German.
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Type of programme
Dual (training-integrated) Bachelor's degree programme
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Beginning of the programme
Length of Programme
Place of study
Department of Computer Science
Main Campus Trier, Schneidershof