Students are exposed to research in the programme from the first year in semester one through a Research Design and Statistics module (SLP 5104).
In their second year, students have the opportunity to conduct and write up an independent research project on an issue relevant to clinical assessment or intervention (SLP 5112 and SLP 5116).
These three modules involve applied research on a client group, in-depth case studies, or other research relevant to local practice, for example, screening tools and norm development.
The scope for research in the local context is wide and varied, allowing our students to choose research in areas that both interest them, as well as have a very significant impact on the current clinical needs in Singapore.
You can browse through our student projects here: