Online Audiology Courses

As an audiologist, you will study the causes and treatments of hearing loss and work with deaf or hearing-impaired individuals. Although not especially common, online audiology courses are available that can help you earn a degree from home. Read on for more information about some common courses. Schools offering Health Science degrees can also be found in these popular choices.

Are Online Courses Available to Me?

Although not exceptionally common, a handful of colleges and universities offer online audiology courses. What kind of classes can you expect to take when you're studying audiology? You can take a look here.

Anatomy & Physiology

The auditory system and balance are both important topics for an audiologist to learn. The auditory system focuses on the functions and mechanisms of the system. Balance focuses on balance disorders.

Amplification

What is the current status of amplification technology? This course answers that question by covering the technology of hearing aids and classroom amplification systems.

Research

Handle completing research on various audiology and speech pathology topics. This culminates in a research project.

Statistical Methods

Learn about the methods for nominal and ordinal data. You learn about statistics, estimation, significant tests and two-sample comparisons.

Hearing loss

What are the implications for being hearing impaired? The focus of this course is on psychoeducational and psychosocial strategies and rehabilitation.

How Do Online Courses Work?

You'll log in to the school's content management system to access lectures, video demonstrations, required readings and clinical projects. You'll also turn in assignments and take tests online. To communicate with instructors and other students, you'll use Web chat, e-mail or online discussion boards. You may be required to purchase textbooks to supplement online materials, and some programs require you to be present for graduation.

What Level Courses are Available?

At the undergraduate level, you can take online audiology courses as part of a bachelor's degree in communicative disorders. This degree will prepare you for the graduate study necessary to become an audiologist or speech-language pathologist.

Online pre-professional programs are also available that prepare you for graduate study in audiology or speech pathology. Such programs don't lead to a degree, and you must generally already have a bachelor's degree to enroll.

At the graduate level, a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology is available online, which includes the study of audiology topics. Hybrid programs are also available that lead to a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology Outreach; such programs allow you to complete a small amount of your coursework via distance education, but do require on-campus participation. If you are a practicing audiologist with a master's degree and at least four years of clinical experience, you can also earn your Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) online. Such programs are designed to allow audiologists to enhance their skills and education while maintaining a full-time practice.

To continue researching, browse degree options below for course curriculum, prerequisites and financial aid information. Or, learn more about the subject by reading the related articles below:

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  • Kaplan University

    Kaplan University responds quickly to information requests through this website.

    Popular programs at Kaplan University:

    • Master
    • Bachelor Degrees

    Online Programs Available

  • The George Washington University

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    • Master

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  • Purdue University

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    Popular programs at Purdue University:

    • Master

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  • Colorado State University Global

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    Popular programs at Colorado State University Global:

    • Master

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  • American InterContinental University

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  • Southern New Hampshire University

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    Popular programs at Southern New Hampshire University:

    • Master
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  • Keiser University

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  • Strayer University

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