George S. Osborne College of Audiology

Distance Education

Advanced Studies in Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Certificate Program

Application Process

Due to a limited number of seats, applications to the Advanced Studies in Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Certificate program are accepted on a rolling basis. Entrance into this program occurs quarterly (May, August, November, and February), provided that a minimum number of seats are filled. The Admissions Committee review and selection begins after applicants have sent all the necessary documents to the Office of Admissions (admissions@salus.edu). Once the class is filled to capacity, applicants may be placed on a waiting list for the next start date. To receive priority consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply and complete the application requirements as soon as possible.

Obtaining and Submitting Your Application

If you have questions about the processing of applications or the required prerequisites, contact an Admissions Counselor at 800.824.6262 before completing the online application.

You can apply for the Advanced Studies in Tinnitus and Hyperausis Certificate Program as follows:

  • Submit an online application to the College. The application can be started and saved.  You will be provided a key number to allow you to retrieve the application and your responses will be saved until you are ready to submit.  Please save this key. It is the only way you can access your saved application.  Please provide an email address so key number can be forwarded to you for your records.  Please forward any technology or application issues to Admissions@salus.edu.
  • Print a copy for your records.
  • Application fee payment online option is entered submission of application.

Personal Goal Statement

Goal Statement: Please write a brief (750 word maximum) goal statement describing your professional background and your interest in tinnitus and hyperacusis. Additionally, please address the following three questions within your response:

  • Are you currently working in the field of Tinnitus and Hyperacusis? If so, where and in what capacity? If not, what is motivating you to pursue Advanced Studies in Tinnitus and Hyperacusis?
  • What are your professional goals?
  • How do you see this certificate program advancing your professional goals?

Faculty Scholarship

One scholarship covering tuition ($5250.00) will be awarded to a faculty member who is currently teaching a course or courses on tinnitus and hyperacusis in an AuD program at an accredited institution. The scholarship does not cover the direct expenses of covering the eCollege fee ($500) or the quarterly University technology fee ($109). For faculty who wish to apply for this scholarship, include as part of the admissions process (a) the intention of application for the faculty scholarship in your Personal Statement, and (b) the submission of a separate letter of support from your program director.

Non - Certificate Student Status

(students not enrolled in a degree or certificate program):
Please complete the forms found at the link below and submit

07.17.2013