Doctor of Audiology
The Doctor of Audiology (AuD) program is a four-year, post-baccalaureate course of study designed to prepare students as clinical audiologists. The program at the University of Northern Colorado emphasizes a clinician-scholar model and is designed to prepare students as independent clinicians, utilizing evidence based-practice along with the latest advances in evaluation and treatment of hearing and balance disorders. The curriculum is based upon a foundation of didactic courses including science and research methods in addition to clinically based classes which allow students to grow as clinicians by providing hands-on experiences. A unique aspect of our program is the opportunity to do some student teaching. We feel this additional opportunity broadens career choices for our students.
In-Person Open House
The AuD program at the University of Northern Colorado invites you to attend an IN-PERSON open house for prospective applicants on December 11th 2023 from 1-2:30 PM MDT. We will meet our guests in the Communication Sciences and Disorders office area in Gunter Hall 1400. Gunter Hall is located at 1828 10th Avenue, Greeley, CO. Questions? Contact Deanna Meinke
Audiology Open House
The AuD program at the University of Northern Colorado invites you to attend a virtual information session(via Zoom) for prospective applicants at one of the following times:
Prospective applicants to the Au.D. Program are encouraged to contact Deanna Meinke, Ph.D. (graduate coordinator) prior to applying to the program to learn more about it.
Accreditation and Certification
The Doctoral (Au.D.) program in audiology (residential) at the University of Northern Colorado is accredited by the:
Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
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