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2019-2020 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog


HRG 690 - Research Preparation in Audiology

This course addresses principles and practices of basic and applied research in audiology. Topics include experimental design, evidence-based practice, overview of statistical methods, and application to clinical populations. Students should develop skills to make informed decisions about the relevance of research to clinical practice. Offered spring/summer semester. Prerequisites: Admission to the audiology program, successful completion of all previously required courses in the Au.D. curricular sequence, and a prior course in statistics (the requirement is for an undergraduate statistics course, but this prerequisite may also be fulfilled by a graduate-level statistics course).

Credits: 3



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