Demonstrate the breadth and depth of foundational communication science, including biological, etiological, theoretical, acoustic, physiological, cognitive
and psychological bases of hearing and balance.
Understand and demonstrate the theoretical motivation for and practical applications
of clinical reasoning for the identification, assessment, and treatment of hearing and balance disorders.
Apply research analysis into evidence-based clinical decision making and application.
Effectively communicate discipline-related knowledge in oral and written modalities with families, clients,
and other professionals.
Understand and accommodate cultural or linguistic differences related to communication development or to perceptions and attitudes toward communication
disorders, differences, or intervention.
Exhibit attributes and abilities characteristic of competent hearing healthcare professionals
who provide the diagnostic, management, and treatment services associated with the
practice of audiology including accountability, integrity, adaptability, leadership,