Required Courses

All students are required to take the following courses (20 courses; 54 academic hours)

  • CSD 401: Methods of Research in Speech Pathology and Audiology
  • CSD 451: Counseling for Communication Disorders
  • CSD 509: Anatomy and Physiology of the Auditory Vestibular System
  • CSD 510: Psychoacoustics
  • CSD 511: Introduction to Electrophysiologic Techniques in Audiology
  • CSD 520: Essential Techniques in Audiology
  • CSD 521: Differential Diagnosis in Audiology
  • CSD 522: Advanced Electrophysiological Techniques in Audiology
  • CSD 523: Pediatric Audiology
  • CSD 524: Medical Audiology
  • CSD 526: Auditory Processing and Disorders
  • CSD 530: Acoustics and Amplification Technology
  • CSD 531: Amplification Selection and Fitting
  • CSD 532: Advanced Pediatric Audiology
  • CSD 533: Advanced Aural Rehabilitation: Adult-Geriatrics
  • CSD 536: Implantable Auditory Prostheses
  • CSD 538: Vestibular Evaluation and Rehabilitation
  • CSD 540: Professional Issues in Audiology
  • CSD 541: Occupational and Environmental Audiology
  • CSD 542: Business and Practice Management in Audiology

Typical length of time to complete the Clinical Doctorate in Audiology

  • Full-time with a CSD undergraduate major is 11 semesters
  • Full-time without a CSD undergraduate major is 12 semesters

Sample Plan of Study

** plan may vary