The Master of Audiology is a professionally oriented course for graduates interested in acquiring knowledge and skills in the evaluation and management of auditory disorders (hearing loss and tinnitus) and their consequences.
This course prepares you to become a well-informed health professional and begin clinical practice as an audiologist in urban, rural, and remote settings. Additionally, the course will help you acquire critical skills in appraising scientific and clinical information which will assist your further professional development.
Master of Audiology
Duration: 2 years
SATAC code: 2CM039
Annual indicative fees (2023):
$33,446 (Full fee paying)
There is a great demand for qualified and trained professionals in audiology, both within Australia and worldwide, and the Flinders course enjoys particularly high employment outcomes. Opportunities exist in city-based, rural and remote settings across the globe.
The Master of Audiology is fully accredited by Audiology Australia. Graduates of the Master of Audiology will meet the standards set out by Audiology Australia for practice by entry-level audiologists.
Help connect people to the world of sound.
The Master of Audiology consists of audiology topics, clinical audiology topics, professional studies topics, and research topics.
You will study topics which address the scientific foundations of audiology and how they interface with clinical practice in diagnosing and managing auditory disorders, as well as clinical audiology and professional studies that provide skills necessary to produce a competent beginning practitioner.
Topics that address current issues of specific and general relevance to audiologists as health professionals are also introduced throughout the course.
Students will undertake professional experience placement as part of the course. For more information visit Audiology placement.
The program offers innovative learning experiences including problem-based learning tutorials, clinical skills classes and clinical placements in Adelaide or interstate, and in rural and remote areas of South Australia and the Northern Territory.
Master of Audiology students are required to undertake specified health checks, immunisations, and criminal history checks as per University and health department policies.
Applicants must normally hold an approved degree from an approved tertiary institution and typically have achieved a minimum of credit average. No specific undergraduate degree is required for admission.
Admission will be based on the highest GPA using a minimum of 18 units of a qualification from an approved tertiary institution.
Up to 4 places are reserved in the course for applicants who have completed the Bachelor of Health Sciences or the Bachelor of Medical Science at Flinders University.
Applicants are encouraged to research the career of an audiologist and health professional through making personal enquires and visits to clinical departments.
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