Master of Science in Human Communication Disorders (Audiology)

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  • Practical experience
    Students must complete clinical placements in the community. Students must complete a 12-week summer internship at the end of the second year, and a 12-week externship in the winter term of the third year.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Science in Human Communication Disorders (Audiology)
  • Course description

    Curriculum
    YEAR I – FALL

    HUCD5050 - Fundamentals of Speech Science
    HUCD5130 - Introduction to Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
    HUCD5150 - Speech and Language Acquisition
    HUCD5290 - Introduction to Neurosciences for Communication Disorders
    HUCD6310 - Audition I
                   
    YEAR I – WINTER

    HUCD5061 - Clinical Methods I
    HUCD5020 - Phonetics
    HUCD5120 - Hearing Measurement
    HUCD5260 - Hearing Disorders
    HUCD5280 - Audition II
    HUCD6980 - Research Design

    YEAR II – FALL

    HUCD5140 - Aural (Re)Habilitation with Children
    HUCD5220 - Diagnostic Audiology
    HUCD6320 - Pediatric Audiology
    HUCD6360 - Amplification I
                      - Clinical Methods II

    YEAR II – WINTER

    HUCD5062 - Clinical Methods II
    HUCD5240 - Aural Rehabilitation – Adults: Amplification II
    HUCD6070 - Topics in Audiology Procedures
    HUCD6380 - Electrophysiological Audiometric Measures
    HUCD7001 - Research Project

    YEAR II – SUMMER

    HUCD7061 - Practicum Internship

    YEAR III – FALL

    HUCD6420 - Advanced Diagnostic Audiology
    HUCD6440 - Noise in Industry and the Community
    HUCD6620 - Advanced Topics Clinical Audiology
    HUCD7002 - Research Project

    YEAR III – WINTER

    HUCD7062 - Practicum Externship

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