AuD Other Information

Highlights of the Program

  • 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)

Typical Course Sequence

For those with a background other than Communication Disorders

We encourage students with backgrounds other than in Communication Disorders to apply. Electives are available during the program which will permit making up required undergraduate courses in Communication Disorders.

Our Graduate Program requires the completion of the below listed coursework in speech-language pathology at either the undergraduate or graduate level before graduation.

  • 3 semester hours of language development
  • 3 semester hours of language disorders

If you have questions concerning these requirements please contact:

Lynda Feenaughty, Ph.D.