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The Master of Science in Audiology [MSc(Audiology)] is a specialist degree which educates professionals who will engage in the identification, diagnosis and rehabilitation of hearing impairments. It is a two-year full-time programme covering topics such as the anatomy and physiology of hearing, hearing disorders, hearing science, the evaluation and fitting of hearing aids and other hearing prostheses, and client counselling. Students experience a wide range of clinical-practicum opportunities which, together with their theoretical studies, enable them to acquire the professional skills needed for entry-level positions in audiology.
Mode of Attendance
Full Time (two years; students admitted in alternate years)
Medium of Instruction
Programme Entrance Requirements
A Bachelor's degree in education, psychology, linguistics, physics, medicine, speech and hearing sciences or other subjects relevant to this multidisciplinary profession.
Programme Admissions Advisor
Professor Bradley McPherson
List of Programmes
This programme is not offered for admissions in 2017-18.