In contrast to the residential Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree program, the AuD Bridge degree program is for practicing audiologists who have completed a master’s degree or medical degree in Audiology, or the equivalent, have completed a post-graduate clinical fellowship, and have at least two years of additional work experience. The course work in the online AuD Bridge degree program is matched to that of the residential AuD program requirements.


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