Doctor of Audiology (AuD)

The audiology program at Idaho State University offers coursework at the the undergraduate and graduate levels.  Students can elect to take the pre-Audiology emphasis track to the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Communication Science and Disorders as a means of preparing them to enter the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) graduage degree.  The program also offers a one-year leveling sequence called a "Pre-Professional Year" to prepare students who have successfully earned a degree in an unrelated field with the necessary foundational knowledge and skills to enter the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program. More >>

Clinical Services

The audiology clinic offers a wide variety of services. Many of our faculty have a strong interest in pediatrics and have developed a clinic that offers comprehensive assessment procedures. Our cochlear implant clinic offers mapping and therapy services to patients with Cochlear & Advanced Bionics technology. The ISU Veterans Administration Hearing Services Program provides hearing and hearing aid related services to the veterans in southeast Idaho. A unique transdiciplinary clinic was developed with the physical therapy program to provide assessment and rehabilitation services to patients with dizziness and balance disorders. More >>

Research & Resources

The faculty and students in the audiology program are engaged in a number of unique and interesting research projects.  Also in this section are links to our popular resource websites including:


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Pocatello, Idaho, 83209