Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Graduates of the AuD Program should be able to communicate in a professional, culturally sensitive, and effective manner; via spoken, written, and sign languages; in advocacy, consultation, education, and administration.
  2. Graduates of the AuD Program should be able to plan, perform, and evaluate programs for prevention and identification of auditory and vestibular disorders.
  3. Graduates of the AuD Program should be able to plan, perform, and evaluate assessment of individuals with suspected disorders of auditory, balance, communication, and related systems.
  4. Graduates of the AuD Program should be able to plan, perform, and evaluate intervention of individuals with suspected disorders of auditory, balance, communication, and related systems.
  5. Graduates of the AuD Program should be able to conduct clinically relevant research to support evidence-based audiological practice, including evaluation and interpretation of the current literature and planning and executing a hypothesis driven study.