Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Program 58 in the university´s course catalog
Full-time day program
Duration: 4 years

Professional profile of speech-language pathology and audiology course graduates 

The areas of competence of audiology/speech-language pathologists include carrying out preventive work; working in diagnostic teams assessing and providing audiology and speech-language therapy for patients with speech, hearing or written or spoken language difficulties;  improving patterns of articulatory gestures; collaborating on audiology/speech-language issues related to other sciences; designing, directing or undertaking audiology/speech-language research promoted by public, private, independent or mixed entities; teaching the theory and practice of audiology/speech-language pathology; directing audiology/speech-language pathology services in public, private, independent and mixed establishments; supervising professional staff and students carrying out theoretical and practical audiology/speech-language pathology studies; acting in an advisory capacity for public, private, independent or mixed entities and institutions in the field of audiology/speech-language pathology; working on school guidance and planning teams, introducing preventive measures associated with audiology/speech-language pathology issues; giving opinions on audiology/speech-language pathology matters in the field of spoken and written language, speech; and hearing and carrying out other activities inherently related to their university training.

Speech-language pathology and audiology course

To graduate from this program students must obtain a total of 254 credits, corresponding to 3836 hours of supervised activities, which may be completed in 8 semesters, as shown in the unit’s suggested curriculum schedule, or up to a maximum of 12 semesters. The maximum number of credits allowed per semester is 35.

The speech-language pathology and audiology course was formally recognized by CEE/GP Directive no. 000244 (August 24, 2005) and was renewed by CEE/GP Directive no. 000413 (August 05, 2008). 

Address for correspondence
Comissão de Graduação do Curso de Fonoaudiologia
Faculdade de Ciências Médicas
Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp) 
CEP 13083-887, Campinas, SP, Brazil 
Tel +55 19 3521-8992 Fax: +55 19 3521-9085 
E-mail: grad-fono@fcm.unicamp.br