Doctor of Audiology
We have approximately 35-40 students enrolled in our doctoral program. The history of our program is to keep the size of each class small enough so that students benefit from individualized mentoring from faculty. At the same time, our students enjoy clinical experiences all across the United States in local school districts, major medical centers, in conjunction with physician practices, in independent private practices, and industrial settings.
Our faculty have a wide variety of research and clinical interests: psychoacoustics, balance function, cochlear implants, amplification, signal processing, educational audiology, rehabilitation and counseling, audiology, and selective auditory attention.
Audiologists are healthcare professionals who diagnose and treat individuals with hearing or balance problems.
The professional curriculum of the TTUHSC Audiology Program consists of 110 hours of academic and clinical education.
Learn more about the admission requirements and how to apply.
Students need to know that we truly care about them and want them to succeed. Their
successes make us, as faculty, very proud!
Wade Redman, Ph.D., MBA, MT (ASCP)
Department Chair Laboratory Sciences and Primary Care