Doctor of Audiology
Our program is a 4-year, 110-unit course of study that includes academic courses, clinical rotations, and a doctoral research project. The faculty is committed to student success. With 8-12 students in each cohort, class sizes are small to facilitate faculty-student interaction. At our on-campus clinic, AuD students will work with graduate students in other healthcare fields to provide coordinated care and support to adults with hearing loss. Our off-campus clinical rotations will take place in a variety of public and private clinical settings to allow students to train under experienced audiologists in our community.
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- View our program roadmap
- View our admission requirements
- View our graduate student handbook
Interested? Details on how to apply will be posted by August 21, 2020. Applications will be accepted through the cut-off date of February 1, 2021.
For more information call the AuD office at 408-924-8678.