The Au.D. degree is awarded by the Graduate Center, CUNY and offers two tracks (Post-bachelors track and Post-masters track). The campuses involved in the Au.D. program include Brooklyn College, The Graduate Center, and Hunter College. Courses are offered at each of these campuses, and clinical practica take place at the Speech and Hearing Centers located on the Brooklyn and Hunter College campuses and at the Hearing Science Laboratory located at the Graduate Center campus. The program incorporates comprehensive academic and clinical training under a nationally and internationally recognized doctoral faculty. Externship placement opportunities at world-renowned medical centers and clinical facilities will provide students with clinical experiences in early identification, comprehensive assessment, and audiologic habilitative/rehabilitative services delivered to the diverse multicultural, multiethnic population residing in the New York metropolitan area.
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Employment of audiologists is expected to grow 34 percent from 2012 to 2022. Because hearing loss is strongly associated with aging, rapid growth in the population age 55 and older will cause the number of persons with hearing impairment to increase markedly. (Excerpted from: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/audiologists.htm#tab-6).
Current Enrollment: 45/ ~11 per year
Program Duration: 4 years including summer and residency
Employment Rate within 3 Months of Graduation: 100%
Praxis (National Examination) Pass Rate: 100%
Completion rate within four years: 100%
Au.D degree is awarded by the Graduate Center, CUNY. Courses are taught throughout the three campuses including The Graduate Center, Brooklyn College, and Hunter College Brookdale Campus with a larger percent of courses taught at The Graduate Center. Clinical practica during the first two years (Spring of first year through Spring of second year) take place at the Speech and Hearing Centers at the Brooklyn and Hunter College clinics and Hearing Science Laboratory at The Graduate Center. Externship placements provide students with opportunities at world-renowned medical centers and clinical facilities in a diverse multicultural, multiethnic population in the New York Metropolitan area.
Each year we admit a relatively small cohort of student, allowing us to ensure an outstanding faculty-to-student ratio. You will work closely with nationally and internationally renowned faculty in audiology which allows for the development of academic and personal relationships.
Post -Masters Track
The Au.D. degree for ASHA certified or State-Licensed Audiologists is awarded by the Graduate Center, CUNY. Courses are offered in the evening at each of the three campuses including The Graduate Center, Brooklyn College, and Hunter College Brookdale Campus. The program incorporates comprehensive academic training under a nationally and internationally recognized doctoral faculty.
The specific goal of the Masters to Doctoral program for ASHA certified or State-Licensed Audiologists is to offer advanced clinical doctoral education to enhance their clinical knowledge and skills so that:
They can better meet the audiologic needs of the culturally,
linguistically, and socioeconomically diverse population using evidence-based practice.
They can become active contributors to the clinical science that subserves Audiology and commit to the continuing development of the profession.