Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) - Degree Requirements


The Director of Audiology advises all incoming students until a dissertation advisor is determined, after which all advising is completed by the dissertation advisor. Although formal advising is scheduled periodically throughout the academic program, it is the student’s responsibility to seek advising as needed.

It is the responsibility of the dissertation advisor to change the advisor status with the Graduate School at that time. The Au.D. curriculum is a lock-step program that does not allow a great deal of flexibility or selection of electives. However, the student’s advisor will assist with individual needs and interests, discuss degree requirements and ASHA academic and clinical requirements, and help students to progress through the Au.D. program.

Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) - Student Handbook

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