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Our full-time, three-year AuD program offers an intentional, relevant, and comprehensive curriculum to provide future audiologists with the knowledge and skills needed to independently practice the full scope of audiology as caring and competent members of the profession.

The plan of study begins in the summer and takes place over nine semesters. Students will complete 62 credits of coursework (including seven credits of a culminating project) and 36 credits of clinical enrollment. Courses enhance students’ learning with the use of team-, problem-, research-based and experiential activities.

Students will start their practical/clinical experiences at the onset of the program. During the first two years, clinical activities will occur in courses, in the STEPS lab, with standardized patients, in our new clinic, and in local and regional clinical settings. The Final Year Clinical Experience may be completed outside of the Morgantown area.

Audiology Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the AuD program should be able to:

  1. Provide audiology services using evidence-based best practices and professional skills consistent with an entry-level clinician.
  2. Collaborate with clients and families, colleagues, and interprofessional team members in order to provide evidence-based individualized services that respect and meet the needs of diverse people.
  3. Advocate for clients and clinical populations related to issues, sites, regions, and legislations using a variety of strategies and methods based upon best professional practice.

Information on admissions requirements and how to apply to the program can be found on our Graduate Admissions page. Course descriptions, example syllabi, suggested sequence of study, as well as program requirements are available in the program’s Google Drive folder