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Master of Clinical Audiology

The Master of Clinical Audiology is a two-year health science program that integrates basic theoretical knowledge and its clinical applications in the prevention and management of hearing impairments.  The program covers the areas of audiologic  evaluation, audiologic habilitation, hearing conservation, and the development of audiology service delivery programs.  

Objectives

At the end of the program, the graduate should demonstrate mastery of the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to:
  1. Competently evaluate hearing;
  2. Effectively engage in the habilitation and rehabilitation of hearing;
  3. Propagate audiology in the country as a service and as a profession.