Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
CRICOS: 00002J; 02942D (ELC)
This program provides skills in assessment strategies, rehabilitation and habilitation of the hearing impaired and the non-medical management of hearing impairment and related pathologies. It also provides training in research design with an optional project and an awareness of client management strategies. Clinical training is provided as a formal part of the program with cooperation from audiological institutions.
Those with good communication skills, a credit average in a relevant undergraduate degree and an interest in pursuing a career in a health area
64 credit points at 800 level or above
Standard entry requirements
- Australian level 7 bachelor's qualification or recognised equivalent in speech and hearing, health sciences, psychology, physiology, neurosciences, biological sciences, music studies, medical sciences, biomedical sciences, creative technology, audio production, audio engineering, behaviour sciences, veterinary sciences, speech pathology, sound and music, teaching, nursing, or a related discipline
- A GPA of (5.00 out of 7.00). Applications for this program are competitive. Satisfying the admission criteria does not guarantee a place in the program.
During the course, students will complete a minimum of 200 clinical experience hours as defined by the professional body, Audiology Australia. This criterion accompanied with satisfaction of the core knowledge and competencies permits admission in Audiology Australia.
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This course is available for internal study in Session 1 only.