School of Communication Sciences and Disorders
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AuD Program Highlights
  • Internationally recognized faculty
  • Collaborative and non-competitive learning environment
  • Research opportunities in five audiology laboratories
  • Extensive computer laboratory and on-site library facilities
  • Strong reputation for producing outstanding graduates
  • Hospital settings
    • 5 with outpatient services for adults and children
    • 3 that offer neo-natal screening services
  • ENT clinics and hospitals which offer electrophysiologic training
    • Vestibular assessment (ENG, VNG, Posturography)
    • Auditory brainstem response
    • Otoacoustic emissions
  • Extensive hearing aid fitting experience (conventional and digital)
  • School settings
    • Memphis City and Shelby County Public School settings
    • Memphis Oral School for the Deaf
    • West Tennessee School for the Deaf
  • Pediatric audiologic habilitative services
    • Auditory Oral
    • Total Communication
  • Adult audiologic rehabilitative services (group and individual)
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Our MA and AUD programs are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Last Updated: 2/1/12