Master of Audiology MAud
This degree was developed to address the shortage of trained audiologists. It comprises coursework, and clinical and research experiences.
Academic coursework focuses on training professional clinical audiologists with emphasis on the development of clinical and administrative skills relating to the practice of audiology.
Upon completion of the degree, students are able to work as audiologists within New Zealand. The degree is also recognised internationally.
Candidates must have completed a Bachelor of Speech Language Therapy, or completed a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) or a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) with relevant undergraduate coursework as approved by the Dean of Science.
Entry into Year 1 of the MAud is limited. Candidates must submit an enrolment application and a separate application form to the Head of the Department of Communication Disorders by 1 November.
Two years full-time or three to four years part-time.
For full requirements see the Regulations for the Master of Audiology (University Regulations website).