The courses of study will bring the professional up to date on the state of the science in diagnosis and treatment of specific auditory disorders.
Advanced Studies certificate programs consist of six to eight graduate-level courses that require nine to twelve months of study. To support international participation, course delivery is wholly online in an asynchronous mode. Students who successfully complete the program receive graduate-level certificates in Advanced Studies from Salus University Osborne College of Audiology.
This program is open to college degree holders (BS, MS, AuD, MD, PhD, etc.) of audiology or audiology-related professions in the United States and other countries. Current audiology clinical doctoral (AuD) students who are in the clinical externship phase of their program are also eligible to apply. A letter of support is required from the program director.
Students have the option to apply to enroll in the entire course of study, or to take individual courses as a non-matriculated student. Courses are taught in English.
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