The AuD program is a full-time, residential program spread over a four-year period. Students complete a series of clinical externships at the Montclair State University Center for Hearing and Balance, externships at a variety of sites in the New Jersey-New York area; including hospitals, schools for the deaf, and private practices.
The requirements include a minimum of 118 semester credit hours, successful completion of
- a minimum 64 semester hours in the academic core, 27 semester credit hours in the clinical practicum sequence, 2 credits of online grand rounds, 8 credits of directed research, a seminar in university teaching and a seminar in clinical preceptorship, a practicum in university teaching and 4 credits of non-core courses;
- a minimum of 1820 clinical practicum hours;
- a clinical doctoral research project;
- a series of practical and written examinations;
- the Clinical Proficiency Manual;
- a speech and voice screening provided by the clinical staff in the Speech-Language Pathology program;
- a Basic Life Support (BLS) course;
- required HIPAA and Universal Precautions training.