NOAC: Northeast Ohio AuD Consortium

Degree Requirements

The Au.D. curriculum is a continuous 48-month post-baccalaureate course of study designed to integrate classroom, laboratory, and clinical experiences. All students will attend full-time and take the same courses in appropriate sequence. The emphasis of the program is on the principles and practices underlying evaluation, treatment, and provision of hearing care services.

For progression and graduation, students must meet the following degree requirements:

  • Maintain an overall grade point average of 3.0

  • Complete a minimum of 120 semester credits

  • Accrue 2000 clock hours of clinical experience

  • Meet the requirements for Ohio licensure in Audiology

  • Pass academic and clinical competency-based examinations

  • Complete required coursework