George S. Osborne College of Audiology

International Doctor of Audiology (AuD) Degree Bridge Program

Program Overview

Our international AuD-Bridge degree program is designed for mid-career audiologists, who will bring the value of practical experience to their program of study.  The program’s objective is to enhance each student’s breadth of knowledge in current trends and recent advances in hearing science, diagnostic and rehabilitative technologies and the profession of audiology. 

With an emphasis on evidence-based practice in each area, our curriculum offers students the opportunity to advance their knowledge in the core areas of neurosciences, clinical sciences, rehabilitation sciences, public health and professional issues.  The core philosophy of this curriculum is based on meeting the needs of practicing audiologists so that students can apply what they learn directly to their work / practice / research.

The international AuD-Bridge degree program curriculum has more than 30 courses. Of these, the 28 web-based didactic courses are mandatory. Students then choose two of the multiple hands-on practicum to be offered either on-campus in Elkins Park, PA or arranged to coincide with various national and/or international Audiology conferences.

Our faculty, experts in their professions, bring a depth of knowledge and vision to their classes and are focused on the success of their students. They have been instrumental in the advancement of today’s profession of audiology and are committed to the education of tomorrow’s leaders.

All distance education didactic courses are offered online with a 24-hour help desk, and are accessible anywhere an internet connection is available.