Doctor of Audiology (Au.D)
Audiologists are concerned with evaluating, educating, and treating individuals with hearing disorders.
Bachelor’s Degree – no specific degree is required but audiology doctoral programs require courses in physics, math, anatomy, and physiology.
Doctor of Audiology – in 2012, audiologists must earn doctoral degree to be eligible for national certification.
Bachelor's Degree - 4 Years
Doctorate - 4 Years
Obtain American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Certification (ASHA) – must complete a minimum of 1,820 hours of supervised clinical practice.