Curriculum Overview

The following overview lists the requirements and options for the Salus University Osborne College of Audiology MSc in Clinical Audiology required courses:
 

1. Fellowship Programs

  • Fellowship in Cochlear Implants
  • Fellowship in Vestibular Sciences and Disorders
2. Core Curriculum in Clinical Audiology
  • 7 didactic course modules for a total of 21 semester credits
  • Clinical skills education using computer simulations to be embedded in the three clinical audiology courses in module on clinical assessments and in two of the audiology courses in module on auditory rehabilitation.
3. Required Practicum: Clinical Skills Training and Credentialing Exam
  • Diagnostic Clinical Procedures & Electro-acoustic Measurements in Audiology
  • Hearing Technologies & Assistive Listening Devices
  • Electro-physiologic Measurements in Audiology & Introduction to Vestibular Function

DIDACTIC EDUCATION DELIVERY for 4A Students

Instruction for this program will be a combination of the following:
  • Hybrid (face-to face complementary instruction to the lectures posted by lead faculty of SU OCA Distance Education Program). The content and material for every course will be developed and delivered by lead  faculty from SU OCA. Students will access and review the web-based material and interact with on-the-ground course instructor, who will utilize the same content material for furthering formative instruction and evaluation. The MSc in Clinical Audiology program will utilize SU Blackboard platform to deliver instructional material.
  • Hands-on workshops at Al-Ahliyya Amman University
  • Face-to-face instruction of basic and advanced sciences courses by lead faculty will be delivered at Al-Ahliyya Amman University