Doctor of Audiology (AUD)
Audiology is one of the fastest growing professions in the country today, with hearing and balance disorders increasing as our population ages. In partnership with Salus University, Rosemont College offers students a direct track to earning a Doctorate of Audiology (AuD).
Salus University’s Osborne College of Audiology is the first and only College of Audiology in the nation. Its competitive four-year residential program prepares graduates to diagnose, treat, and manage patients with hearing and balance disorders.
Salus University guarantees Rosemont students reserved admission to the Doctor of Audiology (AuD) On-Campus Program for students who meet the Program requirements and apply by the January 31st deadline.*
The Audiology program at Salus University is noted for the following:
- Extensive clinical education through clerkships and externships
- Initial development of clinical skills supported by 2,500 hours of supervised pre-clinical training
- Immediate, first term clinical experience
- Direct patient care begins in the second term
- Vital clinical skills practice time available seven days a week in pre-clinical training lab.
- The Pennsylvania Ear Institute, Salus’s on-campus clinical facility, provides hands-on training and exposes students to a wide range of hearing and balance disorders.
*Guaranteed admission is limited to a maximum of three Rosemont students per each Cohort (“Maximum Guarantee”). Students will be prioritized for the guaranteed reserved admission based on the date a student’s application is received by Salus. If any Rosemont student applies after the Maximum Guarantee has been met, the Rosemont students’ applications will be included in the general Doctor of Audiology (AuD) On-Campus Program application process.
Eligible students must be in good academic and social standing at Rosemont College and have completed a Bachelor's degree from Rosemont College with a minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.