Orthophonie

Bilingual SLP: Là tu parles!

A speech-language pathologist is a health professional who screens, assesses, identifies and treats speech, language, voice, fluency (stuttering), swallowing and feeding problems for all age groups.

The bachelor's degree in Speech-Language Pathology is not restricted. Students who are eligible (see Admission Requirements) can register.

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This specialized program leads to a Baccalauréat ès sciences de la santé (B.Sc.S.) en orthophonie (Bachelor in Health Sciences - orthophonie). This French-language speech-language pathology program takes an interdisciplinary approach to studying human communication disorders, all the while making connections between the human, social, natural, physical and cognitive sciences.

The goal of this unique program is to train clinicians who are able to conduct thorough analyses of language, speech and voice disorders, including resonance disorders, stuttering, dysphagia, neurological communication disorders, child development disorders and cognitivelinguistic issues in adolescents and adults. After completing this four-year program and a two-year master’s degree, the future speech-language pathologist is prepared to intervene.

A master's degree in the field is required to become a practicing professional in Ontario (calspo.com), in Canada (oac-sac.ca), and around the world, and is offered at Laurentian University.

Conseiller aux études

Pascal Lefebvre

Téléphone : (705) 675-1151, ext. 4130

Courriel : plefebvre2@laurentian.ca

Bureau : Alphonse-Raymond Pavilion, E-205

Comment faire une demande
Vue aérienne de l'Université Laurentienne
Le Grand Sudbury est la plus vaste ville en Ontario par superficie terrestre, où les activités de plein air ne manquent pas grâce aux lacs et cours d’eau, terrains variés, forêts et réseaux complets de pistes et de sentiers.
Méthode de livraison : Sur campus
Langue du programme : Anglais

The bachelor's degree program in Speech-Language Pathology is not restricted. Students who qualify (see Admission Requirements for details) can register.


Bilingual SLP: Là tu parles!

This degree in Orthophonie (B.Sc.S.) is the only program of its kind offered in French in Canada. This interdisciplinary training program focuses on both theory and practice in the field of human communication sciences and disorders. During their training, students must complete practical, hands-on tasks in our laboratory.

Since Laurentian University's program is offered only in French, with bilingual clinical education, several cohorts of Francophone and bilingual speech-language pathologists will practice in Northern Ontario and elsewhere in the country, which will in turn improve access to speech pathology services in both official languages.

This four-year (specialized) program leads to a Baccalauréat ès sciences de la santé (B.Sc.S.) en orthophonie (Bachelor in Health Sciences - orthophonie). A master's degree in the field is required to become a practicing professional in Ontario (calspo.ca), in Canada (oac.sac.ca), and around the world, and is offered at Laurentian University.


Speech-language pathologists take communication to heart!

  • Most Canadians take their communication skills for granted when, in fact, millions of them have a speech, language or hearing disorder that somewhat impairs their ability to communicate.
  • Early detection and rehabilitation of speech and hearing impediments often help to circumvent communication issues at school, work and in everyday life.
  • Speech-language pathologists take communication to heart! Whether they're working with an autistic child or a stroke survivor, speech-language pathologists do everything they can to help improve their patients' health and quality of life.
  • Speech-language pathologists work with people of all ages, in schools, health institutions or the private sector.
  • There is a real shortage of speech-language pathologists and health care services in Northern Ontario and Canada in general.
  • Laurentian University also offers a Master's degree in speech-language pathology (M.Sc.S. en orthophonie) in this field.

Profession of speech-language pathologist

Please click on the following link to obtain information on the profession of speech-language pathologist:


Your academic development

Your academic development is important to us and we strive to guide students through their academic experience by creating an environment where dialogue is encouraged and knowledge shared. You can count on our commitment to your education and to providing you with an environment that supports success. We pride ourselves on always being available to answer students' questions and to give advice..


Other information

Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC-OAC)
College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO-CASLPO)
The Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA-OSLA)
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)


Relevant graduate studies at Laurentian University

To obtain the title of Speech-Language Pathologist in Ontario, one requires a master's degree. This degree can be completed at Laurentian University (Master's degree in Health Sciences - Orthophonie) or at another university in Canada or abroad. Upon successful completion of the master's, membership with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO) is mandatory.

The average required to present a request for admission to Laurentian University's Master's in Speech-Language Pathology is 75%. Please click on the following link to obtain more information:


This program is supported by the Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS).


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Ontario High School Applicants

1 grade 12 English U/M course

1 grade 12 French U/M course

1 grade 11 U Biology

4 other grade 12 U/M courses 

A minimum overall average of 70% in the 6 best grade 12 U/M courses

Applicants must be fluent in both oral and written French, and have a very good knowledge of English, with the vast majority of reading materials and textbooks being offered in English only.


Additional information for applicants who have completed Advanced Placement courses.

Additional information for applicants who have completed the International Baccalaureate.

 

Applicants from outside an Ontario High School 

International Students

Canadian High School Applicants from outside Ontario

Applicants from Colleges

Applicants from other Universities

Mature Students

Note pour les étudiants actuels

Les options de grade ci-dessous seront offertes lors de la prochaine année universitaire et ne le sont pas cette année. Si vous cherchez les cours à suivre afin de compléter les options d'un programme d'une année universitaire antérieure, svp consultez avec un conseiller académique.


To get a description of the different programs, please see the "Options" tab in French.

Please note

This program is delivered in French on the Sudbury campus. The complete information is available on the French side of this Web Page.

Année :

BIOL-1700FL - Structure et fonction du corps humain LANG-1005FL - Grammaire appliquée à la rédaction LING-1006FL - Initiation à la linguistique ORTH-1106EL - Child Language Development: Birth to 12 Years ORTH-1106FL - Emergence et développement du langage chez l'enfant de 0 à 12 ans ORTH-1107FL - Sciences de la parole PSYC-1105FL - Initiation à la psychologie LING-2006FL - Syntaxe du français LING-2007FL - Sémantique du français ORTH-2106FL - Anatomie et physiologie du système nerveux pour troubles de la parole et du langage ORTH-2107FL - Sciences de l'ouïe ORTH-2117FL - Troubles phonologiques et articulatoires PSYC-2005FL - Psychologie du développement PSYC-2126FL - Méthodologie et statistique I PSYC-2127FL - Méthodologie et statistique II PSYC-2905FL - Sensation et perception SOCI-2126FL - Analyse quantitative I SOCI-2127FL - Initiation à la collecte et à l'analyse de données
LING-3006FL - Phonétique générale LING-3007FL - Phonologie générale ORTH-3106FL - Concepts d'audiologie pertinents à l'orthophonie ORTH-3117FL - Trouble de parole et de langage chez des groupes particuliers ORTH-3126FL - Analyse des signaux accoustiques pour sciences de la parole et de l'ouïe ORTH-3127FL - Pratique professionnelle ORTH-3137FL - Étude avancée des troubles de la communication chez le nourrisson et chez l'enfant ORTH-3146FL - Troubles de la fluidité PSYC-3706FL - Psychologie cognitive I - processus fondamentaux PSYC-3707FL - Psychologie cognitive II - processus supérieurs LING-4006FL - Sociopsycholinguistique LING-4007FL - Recherches sur le bilinguisme ORTH-4106FL - Troubles du langage d'origine neurologique ORTH-4107FL - Troubles de la parole d'origine neurologique ORTH-4117FL - Troubles de la phonation ORTH-4125FL - Projet de recherche ORTH-4136FL - Suppléance à la communication ORTH-4206FL - Études dirigées en orthophonie

Sessional Members

  • Aharmim, Bassam
  • Beauregard, Yves
  • Boisvert, Lyse
  • Génier-Bédard, Léanne
  • Keating, Nicole
  • Weiman, Katherine

Adjunct Professor

  • Génier-Bédard, Léanne

 

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Roxanne Belanger

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Pascal Lefebvre

School of Orthophonie
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Chantal Mayer-Crittenden

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Michèle Minor-Corriveau

Michèle Minor-Corriveau

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Manon Robillard

Manon Robillard

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