Audiology Au.D.

College of Natural and Health Sciences

Degree Requirements — 117 Credits

See “Audiology Au.D.”.

Degree Requirements

Core Requirements — 54 hours

ASLS 555Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology of Communication

3

ASLS 570Rehabilitative Audiology

2

ASLS 571Speech and Hearing Science

4

ASLS 582Educational Audiology

3

ASLS 668Cochlear Implants

3

ASLS 711Auditory Physiology

3

ASLS 712Amplification I

3

ASLS 721Psychoacoustics

2

ASLS 723Amplification II

3

ASLS 724Differential Diagnosis of Auditory Disorders

3

ASLS 731Auditory Processing Disorders

2

ASLS 741Hearing Loss Prevention

3

ASLS 742Advanced Diagnosis of Auditory Disorders

2

ASLS 743Medical Aspects of Audiology

3

ASLS 744Vestibular Assessment and Management

2

ASLS 751Otopharmacology

2

ASLS 772Audiology Practice Management

2

ASLS 774Professional Issues in Audiology

2

ASLS 775Advanced Electro-diagnosis

4

ASLS 782Pediatric Audiology

3

Teaching Requirements (1 hours)

ASLS 720Supervised Teaching in Audiology

1

Clinical Practicum (9 hours)

ASLS 574Clinical Practicum in Audiology

1

ASLS 580Practicum in Rehabilitative Audiology

1 - 2

ASLS 594Practicum and Advanced Topics in Audiology

1 - 6

ASLS 580: 2 credits required

ASLS 594: 6 credits required

Internships (9 hours)

ASLS 592Internship in Public Schools

2 - 15

ASLS 692Internship in Medical Settings

2 - 16

ASLS 592: Eight weeks of Internship in Public Schools (ASLS 592) are required to obtain licensure from the Colorado Department of Education for employment as an audiologist in the public schools.

ASLS 592: 4 credits required

ASLS 692: 5 credits required

Externship (27 hours)

ASLS 792Externship in Audiology

3 - 12

Students are expected to complete ASLS 792, Clinical Residency, in three semesters of nine credits each.

Elective Courses (2 hours)

Students will choose at least 2 credits from courses approved by the program advisor. Electives will be chosen to supplement specialized career needs. For example, some students may elect to become more proficient in American Sign Language; others who desire a medical emphasis may elect to take additional courses in genetics or pharmacology.

Research Courses (15 hours)

ASLS 515Foundations of Research and Writing

1

ASLS 615Research in Audiology and Speech-Langauge Pathology

1 - 4

ASLS 715Applied Research in Audiology

1 - 4

SRM 602Statistical Methods I

3

SRM 603Statistical Methods II

3

ASLS 615 and ASLS 715: 4 credits required