In January 2020, seven-third year audiology doctoral students and two clinical professors, Dr. Ianthe Dunn-Murad and Dr. Rose Valvezan had the unique and humbling opportunity to travel with the Starkey Hearing Foundation to El Salvador, Central America to provide hearing services to over 1,200 individuals with hearing loss and hearing impairments.
Train in the top-ranked Long Island Doctor of Audiology Consortium—three universities united for one vital mission.
Why Earn a Doctor of Audiology (AuD)?
With a Doctor of Audiology, you’ll make a powerful difference in the lives of your patients—gaining a strong scientific and theoretical background. You’ll build clinical skills that allow successful prevention, identification, assessment and treatment of individuals with dysfunction in hearing and communication, balance and other auditory-related systems. Upon graduation, you can pursue top clinical leadership positions in hospitals, schools and clinics.
Why Choose Our Doctor of Audiology Program?
- As part of the Long Island Doctor of Audiology consortium benefit from the combined resources of three universities—Adelphi, Hofstra and St. John’s—with access to each institution’s faculty, laboratory facilities and clinical partnerships.
- Learn to perform a wide variety of diagnostic, remedial and other critical services within the scope of practice for audiologists, while maintaining sensitivity to cultural and linguistic diversity.
- Work with experienced faculty in our state-of-the-art facilities:
Application Requirements and Deadlines
The application deadline for Fall admission is February 1. Applicants for this program should have a minimum overall 3.0 GPA and must submit the following:
- Graduate application and $50 fee
- Two letters of recommendation
- Personal 300-word essay describing why you want to pursue a doctoral degree and your diverse qualities and/or experiences
- Official transcripts from all prior institutions and proof of bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution
- In-person interview for qualified candidates
- GRE Optional
Students are required to show transcript evidence of the following six prerequisite courses at the time of application:
- Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism
- Speech and Language Development
- Speech and/or Hearing Sciences
- Speech and/or Language Disorders
- Introduction to Audiology
Additional requirements include courses in the following areas:
- Physical Sciences
- Biological Sciences
- Social Sciences
Applicants whose native language is not English are required to complete a separate admissions application and to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) (minimum score 550 pen and paper / 213 computer-based / 80 Internet-based test).
TOEFL requirements will be waived if you can prove that you earned your bachelor’s degree in a university/college in the United States or the following countries:
- British Virgin Islands
- Canada (except Quebec/Montreal)
- Cayman Islands
- New Zealand
- St. Kitts and Nevis
- St. Lucia
- South Africa
- Turks and Cacaos Islands
- United Kingdom
- U.S. Virgin Islands