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Idaho State University

Course Sequence for On-Campus Pre-Professional Program in Audiology

The Audiology Pre-Professional Program is for students with a BA, BS, or higher degree in fields unrelated to Communication Sciences and Disorders. The Pre-Professional Program consists of undergraduate courses required for graduate-level coursework. The above sequence will provide the foundational coursework necessary to enter the regular course sequence of the Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.) Program at Idaho State University.

Download Course Sequence for On-Campus Pre-Professional Program in Audiology 2019/2020
FALL SEMESTER
CSD 1151/L ASL I and Lab (recommended) (4 cr)
CSD 3310 Speech Science: The Acoustical Nature of Sound and Speech  3 cr
CSD 4405 Neuroscience for Communication Disorders 3 cr
CSD 4415 Clinical Practicum: Audiology 1 cr
CSD 4416 Audiology Methods and Applications 1 cr
CSD 4445 Aural Rehabilitation 3 cr
Credits 11-15

 

SPRING SEMESTER
CSD 2256 Deaf Culture and Community 3 cr
CSD 3340 Communication Dev. & Disorders Lifetime Perspective 3 cr
CSD 3341 Audiometry and Hearing Science 3 cr
CSD 4415 Clinical Practicum: Audiology 1 cr
CSD 4417* Interdisciplinary Evaluation Team (IET) 1 cr
CSD 4460 Educational Audiology 3 cr
Credits 14 
Total Program Credits 25-29


Notes:

*If CSD 4417 is not taken during the Pre-Professional sequence, CSD 5517 (IET) is required at the graduate level.

An undergraduate course in statistics or experimental design is required if not taken as an undergraduate. This may also be taken as a graduate student elective.

A background in Sign Language is strongly encouraged.  (There is not a specific course required, but basic sign language skills are beneficial to you as a communication professional.)

Successful completion of the Pre-Professional Program does NOT ensure the student a seat in the Doctorate of Audiology Program. Students must apply to the Graduate Program by January 15th of the year he/she would like to enter the Doctorate of Audiology Program.