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Coursework - Licensure Track (Post Bachelor's Degree)

AUD 70000 Anatomy & Physiology of the Audio-Vestibular System

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Investigation of the structure, and function of the auditory and vestibular systems and basic concepts in genetics.

AUD 70300 Acoustics and Psychoacoustics

30 hours lecture, 15 hours laboratory; 4 credits

Description: Exploration of the decibel, sound transmission, complex stimuli, psychoacoustic methods, signal detection theory, auditory sensitivity, masking, loudness, pitch, binaural hearing.

AUD 70500 Speech-Language Sciences

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Exploration of phonological, lexical syntactic-morphological, and pragmatic aspects of human communication associated with speech, language, hearing, and related disorders, normal processes of speech and language comprehension and production over the life span.

AUD 70900 Instrumentation in Audiology

15 hours lecture, 30 hours laboratory; 3 credits

Description: Measurement and calibration of the physical characteristics of acoustic, electric, and other non-acoustic stimuli; instrumentation, digital technology; bio-electrical hazards.

AUD 71000 Diagnostic Audiology

30 hours lecture plus conference, 15 hours laboratory; 4 credits

Description: Study of audiological test procedures and interpretation in the assessment of peripheral and functional hearing impairment.
Prerequisites: Acoustics and Psychoacoustics; Anatomy & Physiology of the Audio-Vestibular System; and Instrumentation in Audiology

AUD 71200 Speech-Language Pathology for Audiologists

15 hours lecture plus conference, 15 hours laboratory; 3 credits

Description: Exploration of the effects of communication disorders and differences on audiological testing, treatment and counseling; screening and prevention of communication disorders across the life span. In accordance with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's certification standards, students will complete the hours of speech and language screenings in a variety of settings.
Prerequisite: Speech-Languages Sciences

AUD 71600 Physiological Acoustics*

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Detailed study of the pneumatic /mechanical/hydraulic/electrical interfaces involved in the transduction of acoustic energy through the auditory system. In-depth investigation of the external ear biophysics, middle ear transfer function, cochlear hydrodynamics and hydromechanics, auditory biopotentials, cochlear non-linearity, neural transduction and neural coding in the peripheral and central auditory systems.
Prerequisites: Acoustics and Psychoacoustics; and Anatomy & Physiology of the Audio-Vestibular System

AUD 71800 Introduction to Research Methods

30 hours lecture plus conference; 2 credits

Description: Exploration of issues and concepts in study design and analysis including types of research, controlling for confounding variables, measurement errors and their effects, statistical methods, and their applications to clinical populations.

AUD 72000 Multicultural Issues for Audiologists*

30 hours lecture plus conference; 2 credits

Description: Examination of multicultural influences on the prevalence of auditory, vestibular, and otologic disorders; dialectical considerations for suprathreshold speech-recognition assessment; multicultural influences on attitudes toward health care providers, health care, disability, and the deaf; ramifications of cultural diversity for professional practice; using culturally sensitive measures and protocols for assessment and management.
Prerequisite or co-requisite: Diagnostic Audiology

AUD 72500 Noise-Induced Hearing Loss and Hearing Conservation*

15 hours lecture plus conference; 1 credit

Description: Overview of the anatomical, physiological, and psychological effects of noise; regulations and laws related to noise; hearing conservation programs and the audiologist's role in noise measurement, noise control, and identification and prevention of hearing loss from noise exposure.
Prerequisite: Diagnostic Audiology

AUD 73000 Amplification I

30 hours lecture plus conference and laboratory; 3 credits

Description: Examination of hearing-aid components, hearing aid candidacy, output limiting/compression, electroacoustic and real-ear measures, prescriptives procedures, amplification, earmolds and earmold acoustics, cerumen management, binaural issues including deprivation and acclimatization, approaches to hearing-aid evaluation.
Prerequisites: Audiology Practicum I; Diagnostic Audiology; and Instrumentation in Audiology

AUD 73300 Communication Skills of Adults with Hearing Loss

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: A comprehensive approach to rehabilitation of adults with hearing impairment; assessment of adult communicative function including auditory/visual speech perception, and use of self-assessment using cochlear implants and other sensory aids.
Prerequisites: Audiology Practicum I and Diagnostic Audiology
Prerequisite or co-requisite: Amplification I

AUD 73500 Auditory Electrophysiology

15 hours lecture and conference, 15 hours laboratory; 3 credits

Description: Advanced differential diagnosis of auditory disorders. Exploration of theoretical bases and clinical aspects of otoacoustic emissions and middle ear measurement.
Prerequisites: Audiology Practicum I and Diagnostic Audiology

AUD 74000 Aural Habilitation

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Roles and responsibilities of the audiologist in clinical and educational settings. Assessment and management of communicative function in children with hearing impairment, including those with minimal hearing loss. Development of strategies for improving speech perception skills including usage of assistive technology.
Prerequisites: Audiology Practicum I and Speech-Language Sciences
Prerequisite or co-requisite: Amplification I

AUD 74200 Auditory Evoked Responses*

15 hours lecture and conference, 15 hours laboratory; 3 credits

Description: Exploration of the theoretical bases and clinical applications of the auditory evoked potentials.
Prerequisites: Auditory Electrophysiology

AUD 74600 Pediatric Audiology

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Exploration of the effects of hearing loss on child development, prevalence of hearing loss in childhood, embryology, genetic issues, development of auditory function, hearing and balance disorders in children, pediatric audiology assessment battery, pediatric considerations in amplification, assessment of special populations.
Prerequisites: Amplification l; Audiology Practicum I; and Auditory Evoked Responses

AUD 74800 Amplification ll*

15 hours lecture and conference, 15 hours laboratory; 3 credits

Description: Advanced signal processing, verification, validation/outcome measures, pediatric amplification fitting, noise-reduction strategies, multi-microphone/directional technology, troubleshooting/repair, hearing-aid orientation.
Prerequisites: Amplification I

AUD 75000 Counseling*

15 hours lecture plus conference; 2 credits

Description: Contemporary theories of counseling. Application of principles and methods to problems faced by individuals with communication, hearing, vestibular and tinnitus disorders and their families. Counseling strategies to maximize the individual's ability to understand, adapt and cope with his/her disorder.
Prerequisite: Audiology Practicum I

AUD 76000 Medical Audiology*

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Medical and audiological aspects of hearing and balance disorders, including issues in genetics, otologic assessment and treatment, and use of imaging studies.
Prerequisite or co-requisite: Auditory Evoked Responses

AUD 76300 Vestibular Evaluation and Management*

15 hours lecture plus conference; 2 credits

Description: Investigation of balance tests including electronystagmography, posturography, and rotary chair; and vestibular rehabilitation.
Prerequisite: Auditory Electrophysiology

AUD 76400 Tinnitus Evaluation and Management*

15 hours; 1 credit

Description: Electrophysiologic and behavioral assessement of tinnitus and tinnitus management through sound therapies and behavioral/psychological techniques.

AUD 76500 Audiologic Research Proposal*

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Critiquing of research and the development of individual research proposals. Development of Institutional Review Board (IRB) application.
Prerequisite: Introduction to Research Methods

AUD 76700 Amplification lll

15 hours lecture and conference, 15 hours laboratory; 3 credits

Description: Advanced programming. FM fitting and evaluation; special fittings; developing technologies; current research in amplification.
Prerequisites: Amplification II

AUD 77000 Cochlear Implants and other Sensory Aids*

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Effects of electrical stimulation on the auditory system; exploration of candidacy, principles of signal processing, and audiologic management for children and adults who use cochlear implants and other sensory aids.
Prerequisites: Amplification I; Physiological Acoustics; and Speech-Language Sciences

AUD 77200 Auditory Processing Disorders: Assessment and Treatment*

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Relevant neuroanatomy and physiology of auditory pathways: behavioral and physiological assessment techniques and management procedures for children and adults with auditory processing disorders.
Prerequisites: Pediatric Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology for Audiologists
Prerequisite or co-requisite: Aural Habilitation

AUD 77400 Hearing and Aging*

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Examination of the biological, physiological and sociological changes accompanying the aging process; protocols for evaluating and treating older adults with hearing impairment.
Prerequisites: Amplification I; Auditory Electrophysiology; and Communication Skills of Adults with Hearing Loss

AUD 77600 Seminar in Professional Practice - Business Practices*

30 hours lecture plus conference; 2 credits

Description: Issues of a professional nature that impact on the practice of Audiology. Topics include licensure, accreditation/certification, quality assurance, reimbursement, establishing a private practice, professional liability, privacy/confidentiality and ethics.
Prerequisites: Amplification II; and Seminar in Audiology I

AUD 7780x (last digit in course number to reflect number of credits) Topics in Audiology*

15-45 hours; 1-3 credits (variable)

Description: This topics course allows for expanded coverage of topic(s) covered in other AUD courses and/or focus on emerging issues in audiologic practice or research. Courses are repeatable.
Prerequisite: Diagnostic Audiology

AUD 78000 Audiologic Research*

15 hours lecture plus conference; 1 credit

Description: Students, under the direction of their clinical research project committee, will carry out the proposal developed in Audiologic Research Proposal.
Prerequisite: Audiologic Research Proposal

AUD 79000 Introductory Audiology Practicum*

15 hours laboratory; 1 credit

Description: Laboratory in audiologic assessment and hearing-aid evaluation and introduction to practicum protocols and procedures, under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York State licensed Audiologist.
Co-requisite: Diagnostic Audiology

AUD 79001 Audiology Practicum I

15 hours Laboratory; 1 credit

Description: Clinical practicum in assessment and management of a wide variety of hearing disorders under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York Licensed audiologist.
Prerequisite: Introductory Audiology Practicum

AUD 79002 Audiology Practicum II

15 hours Laboratory; 1 credit

Description: Clinical Practicum in assessment and management of a wide variety of hearing disorders under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York Licensed audiologist.
Prerequisite: Audiology Practicum I

AUD 79003 Audiology Practicum III

15 hours Laboratory; 1 credit

Description: Clinical Practicum in assessment and management of a wide variety of hearing disorders under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York Licensed audiologist.
Prerequisite: Audiology Practicum II

AUD 79004 Audiology Practicum IV

15 hours Laboratory; 1 credit

Description: Clinical Practicum in assessment and management of a wide variety of hearing disorders under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York Licensed audiologist.
Prerequisite: Audiology Practicum III

AUD 79005 Audiology Practicum V

15 hours Laboratory; 1 credit
Description: Clinical Practicum in assessment and management of a wide variety of hearing disorders under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York Licensed audiologist.
Prerequisite: Audiology Practicum IV

AUD 79006 Audiology Practicum VI

15 hours Laboratory; 1 credit

Description: Clinical Practicum in assessment and management of a wide variety of hearing disorders under the supervision of an ASHA certified and New York Licensed audiologist.
Prerequisite: Audiology Practicum V

AUD 79601 Seminar in Audiology I

15 hours; 1 credit

Description: Examination of ethical issues, certification standards, center policies and procedures, infectious disease and infection control, history taking, report-writing, counseling, case studies, procedures and protocols in various settings.
Co-requisite: Audiology Practicum I

AUD 79602 Seminar in Audiology II

15 hours; 1 credit

Description: Examination of ethical issues, certification standards, center policies and procedures, infectious disease and infection control, history taking, report-writing, counseling, case studies, procedures and protocols in various settings.
Co-requisite: Audiology Practicum II

AUD 79603 Seminar in Audiology III

15 hours; 1 credit

Description: Examination of ethical issues, certification standards, center policies and procedures, infectious disease and infection control, history taking, report-writing, counseling, case studies, procedures and protocols in various settings.
Co-requisite: Audiology Practicum III

AUD 79604 Seminar in Audiology IV

15 hours; 1 credit

Description: Examination of ethical issues, certification standards, center policies and procedures, infectious disease and infection control, history taking, report-writing, counseling, case studies, procedures and protocols in various settings.
Co-requisite: Audiology Practicum IV

AUD 79605 Seminar in Audiology V

15 hours; 1 credit

Description: Examination of ethical issues, certification standards, center policies and procedures, infectious disease and infection control, history taking, report-writing, counseling, case studies, procedures and protocols in various settings.
Co-requisite: Audiology Practicum V

AUD 79606 Seminar in Audiology VI

15 hours; 1 credit

Description: Examination of ethical issues, certification standards, center policies and procedures, infectious disease and infection control, history taking, report-writing, counseling, case studies, procedures and protocols in various settings.
Co-requisite: Audiology Practicum VI

AUD 79800 Independent Study

Conference; 1-3 credits

Description: Limited research review or research study to permit in-depth exploration of single area; with faculty supervision.

AUD 79901 Audiology Residency I**

1 - 3 credits

Description: Students will be placed and supervised in setting(s), which will meet CAA standards for the Certificate of Clinical Competence for the clinical residency year. Students must successfully complete AUD 79901 Audiology Residency I, AUD 79902 Audiology Residency II, and AUD 79903 Audiology Residency III to complete their clinical residency requirement.
Prerequisite: Seminar in Audiology VI

AUD 79902 Audiology Residency II**

1 - 3 credits

Description: Students will be placed and supervised in setting(s), which will meet CAA standards for the Certificate of Clinical Competence for the clinical residency year. Students must successfully complete AUD 79901 Audiology Residency I, AUD 79902 Audiology Residency II, and AUD 79903 Audiology Residency III to complete their clinical residency requirement.
Prerequisite: Audiology Residency I


AUD 79903 Audiology Residency III**

1 - 3 credits

Description: Students will be placed and supervised in setting(s), which will meet CAA standards for the Certificate of Clinical Competence for the clinical residency year. Students must successfully complete AUD 79901 Audiology Residency I, AUD 79902 Audiology Residency II, and AUD 79903 Audiology Residency III to complete their clinical residency requirement.
Prerequisite: Audiology Residency II

 

* Coursework for Non-Licensure Track - Post Master's Degree Students.
**Students take these courses for 3 credits each except when advised by a Coordinator of Clinical Education in Audiology to do otherwise.

Coursework - Non-Licensure Track (Post Master's Degree)

REQUIRED (3 courses)

AUD 71600 Physiological Acoustics

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Detailed study of the pneumatic/mechanical/hydraulic/electrical interfaces involved in the transduction of acoustic energy through the auditory system. In-depth investigation of the external ear biophysics, the middle ear transfer function, cochlear hydrodynamics and hydromechanics, auditory biopotentials, cochlear non-linearity, neural transduction and neural coding in the peripheral and central auditory systems.
Prerequisites: Acoustics and Psychoacoustics and Anatomy & Physiology of the Audio-Vestibular System

AUD 76500 Audiologic Research Proposal

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Critiquing of research and the development of individual research proposals. Development of Institutional Review Board (IRB) application.
Prerequisites: Introduction to Research Methods

AUD 78000 Audiologic Research

15 hours lecture plus conference; 1 credit

Description: Students, under the direction of their clinical research project committee, will carry out the proposal developed in Audiologic Research Proposal
Prerequisite: Audiologic Research Proposal
ELECTIVE (8 of 11 courses)

AUD 72000 Multicultural Issues for Audiologists

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Examination of multicultural influences on the prevalence of auditory, vestibular, and otologic disorders; dialectical considerations for suprathreshold speech-recognition assessment; multicultural influences on attitudes toward health care providers, health care, disability, and deaf; ramifications of cultural diversity for professional practice; using culturally sensitive measures and protocols for assessment and management.
Prerequisite or co-requisite: Diagnostic Audiology

AUD 72500 Noise-Induced Hearing Loss and Hearing Conservation

15 hours lecture plus conference; 1 credit

Description: Overview of the anatomical, physiological, and psychological effects of noise; regulations and laws related to noise; hearing conservation programs, and the audiologist's role in noise measurement, noise control, and identification and prevention of hearing loss from noise exposure.
Prerequisite: Diagnostic Audiology

AUD 74200 Auditory Evoked Responses

15 hours lecture and conference, 15 hours laboratory; 3 credits

Description: Exploration of the theoretical bases and clinical applications of the auditory evoked potentials.
Prerequisites: Auditory Electrophysiology

AUD 74800 Amplification ll

15 hours lecture and conference, 15 hours laboratory; 3 credits

Description: Advanced signal processing, verification, validation/outcome measures, pediatric amplification fitting, noise-reduction strategies, multi-microphone/directional technology, troubleshooting/repair, hearing-aid orientation.
Prerequisites: Amplification I

AUD 75000 Counseling

15 hours lecture plus conference; 2 credits

Description: Contemporary theories of counseling. Application of principles and methods to problems faced by individuals with communication, hearing, vestibular and tinnitus disorders and their families. Counseling strategies to maximize the individual's ability to understand, adapt and cope with his/her disorder.
Prerequisite: Audiology Practicum I

AUD 76000 Medical Audiology

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Medical and audiological aspects of hearing and balance disorders, including issues in genetics, otologic assessment and treatment, and use of imaging studies.
Prerequisites: Auditory Evoked Responses

AUD 76300 Vestibular Evaluation and Management*

15 hours lecture plus conference; 2 credits

Description: Investigation of balance tests including electronystagmography, posturography, and rotary chair;and vestibular rehabilitation.
Prerequisite: Auditory Electrophysiology

AUD 76400 Tinnitus Evaluation and Management

15 hours; 1 credit

Description: Electrophysiologic and behavioral assessement of tinnitus and tinnitus management through sound therapies and behavioral/psychological techniques.

AUD 77000 Cochlear Implants and other Sensory Aids

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Effects of electrical stimulation on the auditory system; exploration of candidacy, principles of signal processing, and audiologic management for children and adults who use cochlear implants and other sensory aids.
Prerequisites: Amplification I; Physiological Acoustics; and Speech-Language Sciences

AUD 77200 Auditory Processing Disorders: Assessment and Treatment

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Relevant neuroanatomy and physiology of auditory pathways: behavioral and physiological assessment techniques and management procedures for children and adults with auditory processing disorders.
Prerequisites: Pediatric Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology for Audiologists
Prerequisite or co-requisite: Aural Habilitation

AUD 77400 Hearing and Aging

30 hours lecture plus conference; 3 credits

Description: Examination of the biological, physiological and sociological changes accompanying the aging process; protocols for evaluating and treating older adults with hearing impairment.
Prerequisites: Amplification I; Auditory Electrophysiology; and Communication Skills of Adults with Hearing Loss

AUD 77600 Seminar in Professional Practice - Business Practices

30 hours lecture plus conference; 2 credits

Description: Issues of a professional nature that impact on the practice of Audiology. Topics include licensure, accreditation/certification, quality assurance, reimbursement, establishing a private practice, professional liability, privacy/confidentiality and ethics.
Prerequisites: Amplification II and Seminar in Audiology I

AUD 79800 Independent Study

Conference, 1-3 credits (1 credit per semester for up to 3 semesters)

Description: Limited research review or research study to permit in-depth exploration of single area; with faculty supervision.