A minimum of 75 credits are required for a Doctor of Audiology. When you are admitted to the Au.D. program, you will be provided with a course sequence for the entire program. It is strongly recommended that you adhere to this sequence, although you may modify the plan in consultation with your advisor and clinic coordinator(s).
If you have an undergraduate degree in communication sciences and disorders, it typically takes four years (including three summers) to complete the Au.D. program. If you have an undergraduate degree in another field, the program may take an additional year to make up missing course work.