Fall Commencement will take place at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 2:00 p.m.
A gift during this week's event can make a huge difference in the lives and experiences of current Salus students.
Originally established in 2000 as the PCO School of Audiology, the Osborne College of Audiology was re-named in memory of the school’s founding dean in 2008.
In addition to our competitive four year residential program, a three year track is being offered to those interested and qualified students. All students complete the same courses which prepare graduates to diagnose, treat and manage patients with hearing and balance disorders.
This distance ed, and international degree program offers online education for working audiologists.
This program is for international audiologists who hold a bachelor’s degree in Audiology or related science.
These programs are designed to expand knowledge, improve clinical skills, and promote general expertise in the delivery of audiology services.
These two, four-day workshops provide an update on advanced and current science in the specific topic, and provide hands-on training to improve clinical practice.
View an interactive listing of the College of Audiology faculty members, and learn more about them.