Salus University has teamed with other universities to acknowledge their commitment to the training of future practitioners of primary healthcare by joining in an articulation agreement.
4+4 DOCTOR OF AUDIOLOGY PROGRAM
Under a 4+4 Articulation Agreement, students who successfully complete the 120 semester credit Pre-Audiology curriculum at a participating undergraduate institution and meet all admissions requirements may apply for admission to the Salus University Doctor of Audiology Program.
This educational pathway is referred to as the 4+4 Audiology Degree Program and is comprised of two phases, Phase I and Phase II:
- Phase I is comprised of the Pre-Audiology curriculum at the participating undergraduate institution, and
- Phase II is comprised of the Doctor of Audiology Degree Program at Salus University.
The following institutions have formed an agreement with Salus:
- Chestnut Hill College
- Edinboro University
- Immaculata University
- Messiah University
- Rosemont College
- Seton Hill University
3+4 DOCTOR OF AUDIOLOGY PROGRAM
This program permits the qualified student to earn the Doctor of Audiology degree in seven years instead of the usual eight. The first three years are spent at a participating undergraduate institution, the next four at the Salus University Osborne College of Audiology. The student is awarded a Bachelor's degree by the undergraduate institution upon the successful completion of the first professional year at Salus and a Doctor of Audiology degree by the University at the conclusion of the professional degree program.
The following institutions have formed a 3+4 agreement with Salus:
DREXEL UNIVERSITY POST-BACCALAUREATE ADMISSION PROGRAM
Under this Articulation Agreement, students who successfully complete the Post-baccalaureate Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Program (IHSP) at Drexel University with a 3.0 GPA or above may apply for admission to the Salus University Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree program.
This educational pathway is referred to as the Post-baccalaureate + Doctor of Audiology Degree Program and is comprised of two phases, Phase I and Phase II:
- Phase I is comprised of the student earning a Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences degree at Drexel, in addition to satisfying the undergraduate prerequisite coursework required for the Doctor of Audiology Program at Salus, and
- Phase II is comprised of the Doctor of Audiology Degree Program at Salus.
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