In our programs, you will learn to work with individuals who have difficulty hearing, understanding speech and/or processing auditory signals, as well as individuals with balance disorders. The Applied Auditory Research Facility, has three laboratories furnished with state-of-the-art equipment to provide students with the opportunity to receive instruction and work with faculty on applied research projects. Our Doctorate in Audiology program is the only one of its kind in New Jersey and one of approximately 75 programs nationally.
- Social Worker
- Special Education Teacher
- Speech-Language Pathologist
AuD in Audiology
The Doctorate in Audiology is a full-time, four-year program that includes academic coursework, clinical practicum, and research experience. The program culminates with a nine-month, full-time clinical externship and leads to a Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree.