George S. Osborne College of Audiology
Doctor of Audiology
Audiology is one of the fastest growing professions in the country today, with hearing and balance disorders increasing as our population ages. The first and only College of Audiology in the nation, Salus University Osborne College of Audiology's competitive four-year residential program prepares graduates to diagnose, treat, and manage patients with hearing and balance disorders.
The Audiology program at Salus University is noted for the following:
- Extensive clinical education through clerkships and externships
- Initial development of clinical skills supported by 70 hours of supervised pre-clinical training
- Immediate, first term clinical experience
- Direct patient care begins in the second term
- Vital clinical skills practice time available seven days a week in pre-clinical training labs
Our primary care philosophy with its patient-centered holistic approach ensures Salus University students appreciate the need not only to care for the patient, but also about the patient. With its strong emphasis on biomedical science, our extraordinary on-campus clinical facility, the Pennsylvania Ear Institute, and a thorough education in practice management, our Audiology program is diversified and unique. Our students enter their profession with more than 2000 hours of clinical experience with patients ranging from pediatric to elderly populations, useful practice management training, and exceptional patient care skills (Program completion rates).
We invite you to learn more about the Audiology degree program at Salus University.
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