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Graduates of the AuD Program should be able to:
  • Communicate:
    • In a professional, culturally sensitive, and effective manner
    • Via spoken, written, and sign languages
    • In advocacy, consultation, education, and administration.
  • Plan, perform, and evaluate:
    • Programs for prevention and identification of auditory and vestibular disorders.
    • Assessment of individuals with suspected disorders of auditory, balance, communication, and related systems.
    • Intervention of individuals with suspected disorders of auditory, balance, communication, and related systems.
  • Conduct clinically relevant research to support evidence-based audiological practice, including evaluation and interpretation of the current literature and planning and executing a hypothesis-driven study.
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Au.D. in Audiology

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