Courses

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Acoustics

Number: AUD-500

Study of basic acoustics, including basic waves, impedance, complex sounds, speech acoustics, and decibels. Pass/No Pass. 1.5 credits.

Advanced Amplification

Number: AUD-558

Study of specialized amplification topics, including product comparisons among manufacturers, techniques for fitting hearing assistive technology and working with connectivity options, and device trouble-shooting. Pass/No Pass. 1 credit.

Advanced Audiology Lab

Number: AUD-689

Advanced practice with clinical equipment, materials, and techniques in the audiology teaching and simulation labs for all second-year audiology students. Taken three times for a total of 1.5 credits. Pass/No Pass. 0.5 credits.

Advanced Evoked Potentials

Number: AUD-536

Advanced study of evoked potential assessment, including ASSR, MLR, LLR, P300, and MMN. Pass/No Pass. 1 credit.

Advanced Implantable Devices

Number: AUD-577

Advanced study of implantable amplification devices, focusing on cochlear implant programming, troubleshooting, and outcome measures. Pass/No Pass. .5 credits.

Amplification I

Number: AUD-551

Study of basic amplification systems technology. Development of skills and knowledge for determining candidacy for amplification, selection and fitting of amplification systems, and measurement of outcomes. Pass/No Pass. 1.5 credits.

Amplification II

Number: AUD-552

Study of advanced amplification technologies, fitting strategies, and patient outcome assessments, including real ear measures (REM). Pass/No Pass. 1.5 credits.

Applied Hearing Science

Number: AUD-501

Study of perceptual aspects of sound, including an introduction to speech perception. Pass/No Pass. 1.5 credits.

Audiologic Assessment I

Number: AUD-530

Study of basic audiologic assessment principles and techniques. Development of knowledge and skills in completing case history interview, otoscopy, pure tone audiometry, and masking. Pass/No Pass. 1.5 credits.

Audiologic Assessment II

Number: AUD-531

Study of advanced audiologic assessment principles and techniques. Development of knowledge and skills in completing speech audiometry, tympanometry, acoustic reflex tests, and integration of test results. Pass/No Pass. 1.5 credits.

Audiologic Management of Musicians

Number: AUD-568

Study of basic concepts involved in working with musicians and music industry workers, including considerations for audiologic assessment, hearing conservation, hearing protective devices, in-ear monitors, and amplification. Pass/No Pass. .5 credits.

Audiologic Rehabilitation

Number: AUD-550

Study of basic communication models and communication breakdowns resulting from hearing loss. Development of knowledge and skills in assessing communication problems, conversation management, and non-amplification intervention strategies. Pass/No Pass. 1.5 credits.

Audiology Lab

Number: AUD-589

Supervised practice with clinical equipment, materials, and techniques in the audiology teaching and simulation labs for all first-year audiology students. Taken three times for a total of 3 credits. Pass/No Pass. 1 credit.

Auditory Pathophysiology

Number: AUD-512

Study of basic pathophysiologies of the auditory system with a focus on basic diagnostics through case study presentations. Pass/No Pass. 1.5 credits.

Auditory Processing Disorders

Number: AUD-514

Study of diagnosis and treatment of central auditory processing disorders. Pass/No Pass. 1.5 credits.

CSD Foundations

Number: AUD-565

Overview of basic communication sciences and disorders and their application to the profession of audiology. Review of speech and language development. Pass/No Pass. 1 credit.

Capstone Project I

Number: AUD-581

Introduction to the capstone project. Group work to develop a team-based, evidence-based capstone project. Includes consideration of IRB requirements. Pass/No Pass. 1 credit.

Capstone Project II

Number: AUD-582

Completion of the capstone project begun during AUD 581 Capstone Project I. Includes professional presentation and written component. Pass/No Pass. 1 credit.

Cerumen Management

Number: AUD-520

Basic principles, techniques, and instrumentation used for in-office cerumen management. Pass/No Pass. .5 credits.

Clinical Externship I

Number: AUD-791

First part of a full-time supervised clinical externship as part of a year-long externship at an approved clinical site. Pass/No Pass. 10 credits.

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