Long Island Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) Consortium
Offered by Adelphi University, Hofstra University and St. John's University
The Doctor of Audiology program is a four-year full-time course of academic and clinical training, in which students complete a minimum of 89 semester hours of post-baccalaureate study. The Au.D. curriculum includes course work and clinical practicum experiences in all aspects of audiologic practice. In addition, a clinical research project proposal is required of each student.
Students attend classes on each campus but at least one-third of the credits needed to earn the Au.D. must be taken at the home university. The home institution is responsible for maintaining student transcripts, providing advisement, and for monitoring ASHA certification and New York State licensing requirements. The home institution will award the degree, noting that it was completed in conjunction with the two other universities in the consortium. Students may request a home institution, but the Audiology Faculty Council reserves the right to assign students to another campus to balance enrollment among the participating universities, as needed.
Note: Tuition and fees for the Au.D. program are set at the highest prevailing rate among the member institutions regardless of the home institution.
The mission of the Au.D. Consortium is to prepare students to be professional, knowledgeable, competent, and compassionate clinicians who are able to utilize evidence-based practice by integrating research principles and findings into their professional practice. Students will gain a strong appreciation for the connections between the scientific bases of the discipline and its clinical practices. It is our goal to produce highly skilled practitioners with the ability to perform the wide variety of diagnostic, remedial, and other critical services within the scope of practice for audiologists, while maintaining sensitivity to cultural and linguistic diversity. Adelphi's department of communication sciences and disorders, in cooperation with Hofstra and St. John’s Universities, offers a professional doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.). The primary objective of the program is to produce highly skilled practitioners who are competent to perform the wide variety of diagnostic, remedial, and other critical services within the scope of practice for audiologists.
Consistent with the missions of the three universities as institutions of higher education preparing professionals to be ethical, competent clinicians in a diverse community, the institutions and program abide by all applicable federal, state and local laws which prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age, sex (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation, marital status or disability in admitting students or in administering educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships, loans, and other institutionally administered programs or activities. These policies are available to students in university documents and on the university websites.
The clinical doctoral program offered by the Long Island Au.D. Consortium of Adelphi, Hofstra, and St. John’s Universities is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) through January 31, 2021. Any questions concerning accreditation may be addressed to the program directors, the Au.D. program coordinator, or the CAA at:
Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
2200 Research Boulevard #310
Rockville, MD 20850
p - 800.498.2071 or 301.296.5700
For additional information, questions, or concerns please contact:
Long Island Au.D. Consortium
Yula Serpanos, Ph.D.
P.0. Box 701
Garden City, NY 11530
p - 516.877.4774
e - firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also contact the program directors and/or department chairs at the three universities:
|Kathleen Scott, Ph.D
|Donna Geffner, Ph.D.
St. John's University
|Janet R. Schoepflin, Ph.D.
Additionally, questions or concerns may be directed to the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) at 301.296.5700.