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    Feb 23, 2024  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Audiology, AuD


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The department offers the Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree. This is a 95-hour post-baccalaureate four-year degree and includes:

  • 55 semester hours of academic courses, plus
  • 40 semester hours of clinic courses and a clinic externship in the fourth year (ASLP 6010 through ASLP 6090).

In most circumstances, all academic course work is to be completed in three years. Students in their fourth year of the program will complete a clinical externship. Prior to beginning the clinical externship, all students are required to complete a directed research project or its equivalent and pass formative and summative examinations.

In conjunction with the Department of Rehabilitation and Health Services, the department offers a concentration in audiology and speech-language pathology under the Health Services Research, PhD .

Program policies

  1. Students must maintain a B average on courses taken for graduate credit.
  2. Students may not earn more than two Cs in any academic courses during the duration of the program. If a third C is earned, the student must retake and earn a grade of A or B in one of the three courses in which a C was earned. No subsequent Cs may be earned in the academic program after the one course has been satisfactorily repeated.
  3. Students are expected to make satisfactory progress in clinical practicum courses (ASLP 6010 through ASLP 6090) throughout their program. Students may not earn a grade of C in any clinic course. If a student earns a C in a clinic course, the student must retake and earn a grade of A or B in the clinic course. No more than one clinic course, in total, may be repeated.
    • If a student receives a grade of C in a clinic course, the student will not receive clinical clock hours for that course.
  4. A student may be removed from the audiology program under the following circumstances:
    • Failure to make satisfactory progress in academic, clinic or both types of courses as described in policy point 1, 2 and 3 above.
    • Failure to pass the formative or summative examination after three attempts within a 12-month period.
  5. Students may appeal decisions made upon the basis of these department policies. Such an appeal should be made in writing to the chair of the department. Appeals will be considered by the department according to the procedures set forth in the Student Guide and the Faculty Handbook of the university.

Required courses


The following section provides a complete listing of ALL required course work for the AuD program.

Other requirements


  • 3 undergraduate hours in life sciences
  • 3 undergraduate hours in physical sciences

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