Aural Habilitation Concentration
Au.D. students may elect to pursue a concentration in the area of Aural Habilitation. Students in the Aural Habilitation Concentration must complete a minimum of 6 hours of graduate level courses in language and/or aural habilitation and a minimum of 3 semesters of clinical practicum with children who have hearing impairment totaling a minimum of 130 clinical contact hours. Students may select courses from the following options:
- ASP 561 Child Language Disorders
- ASP 563 Language Disorders: Birth to Three
- ASP 593 Independent Study in Language Disorders
- ASP 661 Advanced Seminar in Language Disorders in Children
- Clinical Education Seminars with Aural Habilitation emphasis (e.g. Cochlear Implants, FM Systems, Counseling Parents of Children with Hearing Loss, the IDEA and Parent Rights, etc.)
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