Long Island Doctor of Audiology Consortium

About the Au.D. Program

Delve into coursework and clinical practicum experiences.

Students attend classes on each campus but at least one-third of the credits needed to earn the Au.D. must be taken at the home university.

The home institution is responsible for maintaining student transcripts, providing advisement, and for monitoring ASHA certification and New York State licensing requirements, and awarding the degree—noting that it was completed in conjunction with the two other universities in the consortium. Students may request a home institution, but the Audiology Faculty Council reserves the right to assign students to another campus to balance enrollment among the participating universities, as needed.

AuD student fitting a hearing aid

Our Mission

Three universities with a unified mission.

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Accreditation

We’re held to high standards.

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Tuition and fees for the Au.D. program are set at the highest prevailing rate among the member institutions regardless of the home institution.
 
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