The ISU Audiology Program Accreditation Information

The Doctor of Audiology, (AuD)  program in audiology at Idaho State University is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2200 Research Boulevard #310, Rockville, Maryland 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700

School / Departmental / and Program Strategic and Tactical Plans

Student Outcome Data

The Doctor of Audiology program at ISU began in 2004 with the first class graduating in May of 2008. 

Program Completion Rate
Cohort
Graduation
Year
Completed on-time
Completed with extension
Did Not Complete
Completion Rate
Prev 3-year Completion Rate Average
2008
3
0
2
3 of 5    60%

2009
2
0
1
2 of 3    67%

2010
6
0
0
7 of 7  100%
76%
2011
7
0
1
8 of 9    88%
85%
2012
6
0
1
6 of 7    86%
91%
2013
5
0
0
5 of 5    100%
91%

Praxis Test Performance  (% Pass)
Graduation Year
 Performance
Prev 3-year Average
2008
3/3 (100%)

2009
3/3 (100%)

2010
4/4 (100%)
100%
2011
6/6 (100%)
100%
2012
1/2 (50%)
83%
2013
3/3 (100%)
83%
* Total pass rate for last 3 years is 10/11 or 91%
Employment Rate
Graduation Year
Employed within 1 year of graudation
Prev 3-year Average
2008
3/3 (100%)

2009
3/3 (100%)

2010
7/7 (100%)
100%
2011
8/8 (100%)
100%
2012
6/6 (100%)
100%
2013
4/5 (80%)
93%

Division of Health Sciences Annual Report

Idaho State University has recently restructured the organization of the degree programs in the health profession area. The Audiology program is under the direction of the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders which belongs to the School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences.  The School is now part of the Division of Health Sciences.

Organizational ChartThe Division of Health Sciences Annual Report can be found HERE.

The Annual Report  summarizes events and outcomes of the academic year. We have organized our reports around our strategic plan in an effort to link our goals and our data. We continue to include historical data to assist our readers in noting changes across time. In addition to tracking state funds and grants and contracts, we are also now including the amount of program fees, course fees and clinic fees which support our programs. State funds no longer reflect the true cost of our programs. Our data demonstrate that our students are successful, and our faculty are productive both in their research and service activities. The Kasiska College of Health Professions continues to serve Idaho by providing access to health programs for our Idaho applicants and health providers in our communities.

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