Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This degree is professionally oriented and seeks to attract applicants interested in acquiring knowledge and skills in the evaluation and management of auditory disorders - hearing loss and tinnitus - and their consequences.
Graduates interested in acquiring knowledge and skills in the evaluation and management of auditory disorders
- This is a 72 unit program. Students complete twelve core (compulsory) topics aimed at preparing students for beginner clinical practice as an audiologist in a range of urban, rural and remote settings
- to be a well-informed health professional
- and to acquire critical skills in appraising scientific and clinical information which will assist their further professional development. The degree offers a range of innovative learning experiences, including extensive problem-based learning, laboratory classes and clinical placements. Students will be able to undertake clinical placements in Adelaide or interstate, including in rural and remote areas of South Australia or the Northern Territory.
- Audiology, Professional Studies.
Standard entry requirements
Applicants must hold an approved bachelor degree or equivalent qualification, and typically have achieved a Flinders equivalent grade point average (GPA) of 5.00 or above to be considered. Applicants who did not achieve a GPA of 5.00 or above in their completed approved bachelor degree or equivalent qualification, can still be considered on the basis of a second bachelor degree, graduate diploma or Masters degree of their choice, provided they have completed a minimum one year of full-time equivalent study in one of these courses and they achieve a GPA of 5.00 or above in this study.
Audiological Society of Australia Inc.
Up to 4 places are reserved in the course for applicants who have completed the Bachelor of Health Sciences or the Bachelor of Medical Science at Flinders University.
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Admission is based on the combined scores from a structured interview designed to assess personal characteristics considered desirable for a career as a health professional and the applicant's weighted GPA of their previous degree.