Audiologists are involved in the diagnosis and rehabilitation of hearing and balance disorders, working with people of all ages. They combine scientific knowledge and people skills in delivering client-focussed healthcare.
- assess the hearing of infants, children and adults
- perform complex diagnostic tests to determine the cause of the hearing problem
- assist clients to manage difficulties associated with hearing loss and tinnitus, using technological or other approaches
- assist clients to choose and utilise suitable devices such as hearing aids, cochlear implants or assistive listening devices
- assess and advise on difficulties with balance function
- design individual hearing conservation programs
- work closely with other professionals to promote the best possible health, psychosocial and educational outcomes for their clients.
The Master of Audiology at Flinders University accepts candidates with a diverse range of undergraduate degrees, and provides the academic and clinical training necessary for a career in Audiology. Successful applicants have come from backgrounds in Science, Psychology, Health Science, Education, Engineering, Arts, Nursing and the Medical Sciences. Employment outcomes are very high, as is job satisfaction (see results of a US careers survey).
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Domestic applications to the Master of Audiology (SATAC code 2CM039) for the 2015 intake close on 16 November 2015. Later applications may be considered, subject to availability.
Applications are submitted via SATAC – www.satac.edu.au.
Applications from International Students may still be accepted – contact the International Office ASAP (www.flinders.edu.au/international)