Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Audiology is the clinical science concerned with the assessment and management of hearing loss and balance disorders. This program is the required degree for entry into the profession and provides complete training for the clinical practice of audiology. Its aim is to provide students with the necessary training to enter the profession of clinical audiology. The first year provides the basic scientific background for audiology and an introduction to clinical work. The second year provides comprehensive training in all aspects of clinical audiology along with an introduction to research methods in this field.
15 subjects in total: formal lectures, seminars, practical work and student presentations along with a substantial clinical component.
- Clinical audiology
Standard entry requirements
Undergraduate degree in science or health-related discipline
Graduates can apply for membership of the Audiological Society of Australia (ASA)
The Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Biomedicine are ideal pathways to this program.
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Successful applicants will be required to undergo a Police Check and a Working with Children Check.