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Audiology Courses

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Graduate Certificate

On-line Learning
The Graduate Certificate in Specialist Teaching provides the opportunity to upskill in a range of specialist teaching areas.
Duration
0.5 year full-time
Study Mode
Online

Short course or microcredential

Parramatta
The Australian College of Nursing’s (ACN) National Immunisation Program for Healthcare Practitioners course is based on the National Immunisation Education Framework for Health Professionals (2017) and has been accredited by the ANMAC subsidiary Health Education Services Australia (HESA) to deliver this course. HESA is the National body for health education accreditation and ACN is the first institution to have its Immunisation course accredited.
Duration
Flexible, self-paced (a minimum of 21 days up to a maximum of 120 days)
Study Mode
Online

Masters (Coursework)

On-line Learning
The Master of Specialist Teaching provides the opportunity to upskill in a range of specialist teaching areas. This course can be completed online and is delivered part-time over 3 years.
Duration
3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online

Masters (Coursework)

Perth
Gain the cognitive, technical and creative skills to investigate, analyse and synthesise complex information, problems, concepts and theories and apply established theories to your clinical practice with the accredited Master of Clinical Audiology.
Study Mode
In person

Masters (Coursework)

Casuarina, Casuarina
Make a difference as a qualified allied health professional in hearing and balance. Our two-year Master of Clinical Audiology degree provides you with the skills and knowledge to assess, and provide rehabilitation for, the hearing and balance systems across the lifespan.
Entry Requirements

Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree or equivalent international qualification with at least a pass average (GPA of 4.00). Admission to this course is competitive. Applicants will be assessed based on academic merit and the number of available places.

Duration
2 years full-time, 4 years part-time
Study Mode
Online, In person

Masters (Coursework)

Melbourne
Whether you're building on your existing study in health or seeking specialised skills for the next stage of your career, La Trobe's Master of Clinical Audiology is your springboard to a rewarding career as an audiologist.With class sizes that ensure you'll receive personal support, we'll equip you...
Intake Months
Feb
Duration
2 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$37,200 per year / $74,400 total
International Tuition Fees
$37,200 per year / $74,400 total
Graduate Satisfaction
83.90%

Masters (Coursework)

Parkville
The Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology offers the Master of Clinical Audiology degree, which is a two year full time course. Since 1998, the Master of Clinical Audiology degree has been required for entry to the profession.
Intake Months
Mar
Duration
2 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Graduate Satisfaction
74.50%

Audiology Courses overview

Audiology is the study and treatment of hearing conditions. Audiologist work tirelessly to gain the knowledge and skill needed to fully understand how human hearing works so they can better manage the health problems they encounter in patients. Postgraduate study allows students from health disciplines to become acquainted with essential knowledge in adult hearing assessment, clinical practice, hearing devices, objective assessment strategies and more.

The famed medical scroll ‘Ebers’ is the earliest known piece of audiological history, detailing obscure treatment methods dating back to 1550 BCE. Hippocrates of ancient Greece was known to study hearing loss during the fourth century BCE, but audiology only saw its first real growth in the 1920s AD when the audiometer was designed. The 1940s provided need for many sorts of medical advancements due to the scale of injury occurring on the frontlines, with audiology being no exception.

Today the advancements learned from science and observation serve people around the world. Modern audiologists are able to treat hearing conditions that just a few decades ago would have been incurable.

Is audiology for me?

Those with the drive, ambition and respect for the importance of hearing can make fine audiologists. People complete their perceptions of the world through use of all their senses, so empathy for those who lack hearing is a noble attribute. If you’re the kind of person with a fascination for hearing and the human body, audiology could be for you.

Study pathway

Master degrees are the most common avenue of postgraduate study, with doctorates, graduate certificates and diplomas being more uncommon. These degrees are quite comprehensive however, with institutions like the University of Queensland and Macquarie University offering students the chance to specialise in either theory or clinical practice respectively. Students can be expected to learn about aural rehabilitation strategies, extensive units on clinical practice, advanced use of hearing devices, speech perception and more depending on their interests. These courses normally take two years of full time study to complete, but can take up to four years if undergone part time.

Employment options

Audiologists are required at hospitals and clinics around the world, making them very employable. Companies like ENH Audiology and Audiology Australia thrive off not only recruiting and training audiologists, but offering the chance to become accredited. These companies foster professional development while helping audiologists build and improve their careers. Those curious for more information on employment and career prospects can contact them on their respective websites.

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TAL Australia Office Tour

Concierge desk at 363 George Street

GradAustralia is rebranding to Prosple

We're thrilled to announce next month (May 2023), we'll be rebranding as Prosple! Our new name will reflect our ongoing rapid global growth and our mission to help every student get the best possible start to their career.

Arup Sydney Office

Take a virtual tour inside Arup's office at Barrack Place, 151 Clarence St, Sydney.

Your ultimate guide to negotiating salary as a fresh grad

You’ve spent years working your way through university. You chose a major, studied hard (hard enough, anyway), got good grades, and earned your degree. Now you’re eager to start your first graduate job — and you’ve got an offer letter on the table.

How to maximise your salary as a fresh graduate

For most fresh graduates looking for their first job out of university, the thought of a higher salary is appealing. If you’re not drawn to pursue a specific role, you may decide to chase a graduate job based on initial compensation and figure the rest out as you go.