Content Official Master's Degree in Communication and Language Disorders
The master's degree consists of 60 credits and offers contents related specifically with research, assessment and interventions in the field of communication and language disorders, of which 18 credits are compulsory and 12 correspond to the Master Thesis.
The 18 compulsory credits provide students with a solid training in research methods and techniques, as well as in all the latest advances in neurobiology in the field of communication and language disorders. The remaining 30 credits allows diferrent training courses to be configured according to the interest of the students.
Teaching timetableSchedule First and second semester course 2019-2020
Study plan structure
|Advances in Communication and Language Neurobiology||6||OB|
|Data Analysis Techniques in Research||6||OB|
|Master's Degree Dissertation||12||OB|
|Research Methods and Designs Applied to Communication and Language Disorders||6||OB|
|Acquired Disorders of Communication and Language||6||OT|
|Communication and Language Disorders Derived from Hearing Impairment||6||OT|
|Language in Neurodevelopmental Disorders||6||OT|
|Specific Disorders of Communication and Oral & Written Language||6||OT|