Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Speech Therapy

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Study plan information

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Final Project
1st year 54 6    
2nd year 12 48    
3rd year   60    
4th year   18 36 6
Total 66 132 36 6

Period of study

Annual registration. Courses are semester-long, except two, which are year-long.

Part-time or full-time

Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.


Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year
- Developmental Psychology 1: Early Childhood
- Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Vocal Organs
- Acoustical Physics and Audiology
- Introduction to Scientific Methodology and to Basic Psychological Processes
- Linguistics
- Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System
- Language Acquisition and Processing
- Educational Foundations of Speech Therapy
- Linguistics Applied to Language Pathologies
- Biological Changes during the Vital Cycle: Implications for Speech Therapy
- Research Methods in Speech Therapy
- Pathology of Hearing, Speech, Voice and Swallowing
- Disorders and Assessment of Spoken and Written Language Acquisition
- Developmental Psychology 2: from Adolescence to Old Age
- Dyslalias and Disfluencies: Assessment and Intervention
- Neurology of Language
- Practicum I: Introduction to Speech Therapy in Practice
3rd year 4th year
- Swallowing and Related Disorders: Assessment and Intervention
- Intervention in Written and Spoken Language Alterations
- Language Alterations Associated with Other Pathologies
- Voice Alterations: Assessment and Intervention
- Hearing Disorders: Assessment and Intervention
- Practicum II
- Neurodegenerative Diseases and Dementias
- Intervention in Language Disorders Associated with Other Pathologies: Interaction and Communicative Factors in Augmentative and Alternative Communication
- Language in Multilingual and Multicultural Settings
- Practicum III
- Practicum IV
- Bachelor's Degree Final Project

Optional subjects

4th year
- Methodological Resources for Developing the Bachelor’s Degree Final Project
- Applied Technological Innovation (*)
- Surgical Treatment for Dysphonia
- Psychological Evaluation of Language Disorders
- Voice Education and Health
- Education for Health (*)
- Advanced Voice Analysis 
- Language and Psychopathology
- Neonatal and Early Neuropediatric Attention 
- Rehabilitation Following Laryngectomy and Cochlear Implant (*)
- Neurophonetic Prevention in Geriatrics 
- Developmental Biology and Teratology: Implications for Speech Therapy (*)
- Linguistic Analysis of Discourses  (*)
- Communication and Spoken Language in Inclusive Schools
- Images and Symbols. Affective and Gender Relations (*)
- Memory Psychology and its Applications in Language
- Curricular Design and Adaptation
- Linguistic Analysis of Texts (*)
- Language and Hearing Disorders and their Effects on Early Childhood Education
- Research Methods in Speech Therapy
- Superior Cognitive Functions: Thought
- Phonetics Applied to Speech Pathologies (*)

(*) These subjects are not available this academic year.