World-Class AuD Education
The Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree is a three-year, accelerated residential program. It is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions as audiologists in a variety of settings, including clinics, hospitals, private-practice, and other professional destinations.
Students receive in-person classroom instruction from faculty within the program as well as experts from clinical, research, and academic institutions in the Boston area. Foundations of clinical practice are learned through hands-on instruction in our on-site clinic by full-time faculty in the program and by clinical audiologists from Mass Eye and Ear. Students also engage in interprofessional education courses and clinical experiences with students in the SLP, OT, PT, and other programs. Advanced clinical training is provided by local health-care professionals through our affiliations with the audiology clinics at Mass Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston Children’s Hospital, and the Boston Veterans Administration.
Accelerated Residential Program
• 1 point of entry
• Flexible externship year
• Affiliations with audiology clinics at Mass Eye and Ear, Boston Children’s, and the Boston Veterans Administration
on the IHP campus with students in occupational and physical therapy and other health professions.
or, students may graduate without the externship experience; designed for students wishing to pursue employment in a related industry or PhD degree.
One-on-One Clinical Training
The program is entirely face-to-face with hands-on clinical training by certified audiologists each semester.