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Campus AuD Programs

Cal State LA currently offers an AuD program, CSUN’s program will debut in fall 2019, and Sacramento State and San José State will start their programs in fall 2020.



Cal State LA​

The purpose of this clinical doctoral program in audiology is to prepare audiologists to be highly skilled, independent practitioners and leaders in the diagnosis and rehabilitation of patients with hearing loss and balance disorders. This AuD degree program is designed to prepare students with a strong background in the scientific basis of audiology, evidence-based practice and clinical competencies.

Students who complete the four-year AuD curriculum will be prepared to pass the national examination in audiology, as well as to fulfill the didactic and clinical clock hour requirements for licensure and national certification. Go to Cal State LA's AuD Program​

Contact:

Miles Peterson
AuD Program Director
(323) 343-4693
Cal State LA
Department of Communication Disorders
Rongxiang Xu College of Health and Human Services



CSUN (Opening Fall 2019)

You can find application information about CSUN’s new AuD program at the Department of Communication Disorders & Sciences. Applications for the first cohort, starting in fall 2019, closed on Monday, April 1, 2019.

Contact:

Department of Communication Disorders & Sciences



San José State (Opening Fall 2020)

The mission of the San José State University AuD program is to provide students with an academic and clinical educational program that emphasizes a solid theoretical framework and facilitates learning outstanding clinical skills for providing high-quality services to individuals with hearing and balance disorders in our community.  Graduates of our program will be ethical; culturally sensitive; committed to evidence-based practices; prepared to assume leadership roles; and experienced in, and appreciative of, an interprofessional team approach to patient care.

Contact:

Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences 



Sacramento State (Opening Fall 2020)

The mission of the Sacramento State Doctor of Audiology program is to prepare students for careers as highly competent audiologists through a rigorous, contemporary, evidence-based curriculum and diverse clinical experiences while continuing the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders' dedication to lifelong learning and community service. 

Learn more about Sacrame​nto ​State’s AuD program.

Contact:

Laura Gaeta, Ph.D.
​Program Director


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