The Master of Audiology consists of audiology topics, clinical audiology topics, professional studies topics, and research topics.
You will study topics which address the scientific foundations of audiology and how they interface with clinical practice in diagnosing and managing auditory disorders, as well as clinical audiology and professional studies that provide skills necessary to produce a competent beginning practitioner.
Topics that address current issues of specific and general relevance to audiologists as health professionals are also introduced throughout the course.
Students will undertake professional experience placement as part of the course. For more information visit Audiology placement.