The practical experiences and the support from staff are the positive aspects. The negative aspects are the I think unnecessarily high workload and the poor standard of some of the lecturing staff.
My advice to future students is: Talk to other students and staff about the course so that you are aware of the high workload expected. Make sure that you are aware of the costs involved in then course and the salary you are likely to earn as a speech pathologist. Make sure that speech pathology is actually what you want to do - talk to people already working in the profession about positive and negative aspects of the job. Do speech pathology as an undergraduate degree instead if possible as it is much cheaper and you have 4 years to cover the content that the masters degree covers in 2 years.
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