Audiology Brochure | College of Health Care Sciences
4 | Audiology PROGRAM OVERVIEW NSU’s Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree establishes audiologists in a clearly defined and prominent role within the hearing health care delivery system and strengthens their position as autonomous practitioners. The degree provides the academic foundation and diverse clinical experiences necessary to enter professional practice today and to stay abreast in the future. Audiologists specialize in the evaluation, diagnosis, management, and treatment of people of all ages with auditory and vestibular disorders. At NSU, the audiology department benefits from the integrated interprofessional programs of the university’s Health Professions Division. Doctor of Audiology students enroll in a clinically focused professional doctoral program where students complete a rigorous academic curricu- lum coupled with extensive and diverse clinical experiences.