Doctor of Audiology Graduate Program

GVSU's Doctor of Audiology (AuD) program is an accelerated graduate program (3 year/9 semester). Our program of study includes a rigorous academic curriculum, with hands-on lab components, on-campus clinical experiences and 3 semesters of off-campus practicum before the externship year. Our curriculum prepares students to practice audiology in any setting or clinical area.

Audiology student examining the ear of a small child

AuD program - timeline:

The 9 semester sequence is consecutively completed across 3-years. During the first two years, students complete coursework following a prescribed sequence of courses; for specific courses, please see GVSU's Course Catalog. In terms of clinical experiences, the first year of clinical experiences are at the Community Hearing Clinic at Grand Valley located on-campus, while the second year clinical experiences are community preceptor-led in ENT practices, private practices, hospitals, and school systems. The third and final year is a full-time internship experience which students are mentored in the process of applying and accepting their internship experience.

Audiology students, volunteer and faculty at SAY Detroit Play
18 month reaching for Audiologist
Small child and Audiology student interacting with volunteer

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