Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.)

The curriculum leading to the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree is designed to provide students with the academic and clinical preparation necessary to meet certification requirements for Audiology by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and to prepare them to be competent professionals. This degree program is a four-year, full-time program. During the first three years of the program, students will be in residence on the Amherst campus and will complete the required and elective course work, both on-campus and off-campus clinical rotations, and a capstone research project. During the fourth year of the program, students will be placed in an intensive off-campus clinical residency. Students interested in completing a research degree in addition to the academic and clinical requirements for professional credentialing should refer to the Ph.D. program with a clinical track option for more information.

Required Courses for the Au.D. Program


Clinical Experience Requirements


Undergraduate Prerequisites


Tuition and fees

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Program Statistics

Current program statistics can be found below:

AUD Program Statistics 2010-13