Distance Learning Programs
ANNUAL ADMISSION DEADLINES FOR Au.D. PROGRAM
February 1st (Summer Semester) – Courses begin in April or June
June 1st (Fall Semester) – Courses begin in August or October
October 1st (Spring Semester) – Courses begin in January or February
Please note: The admissions committee only meets once per term. All application materials must be submitted by these posted deadlines for review when the committee meets. If you will not have all pieces of your application in by the deadlines listed above (including GRE scores for International applicants), your application will be reviewed for the following term. The committee meets at the following times for the above admission terms: Summer (Feb 1-15); Fall (June 1-15); and Spring (Oct 1-15).
(See Important Dates – Distance Learning under the Distance Learning Au.D. heading
for term and course start and end dates)
STEP 1 – DOWNLOAD AND REVIEW INSTRUCTIONS
All applicants will need to submit required materials in one packet to the AuD Program office. Before you proceed, it is important that you read the instructions for submitting your required materials. This package includes a helpful checklist and all of the forms required. Please read instructions carefully.
Important Information for International Applicants
The University of Florida Doctor of Audiology Distance Learning Program provides a post-entry level academic credential to transition masters-level audiologists to doctoral-level audiologists. Students admitted to the program are practicing audiologists in their country of residence. Requirements for admission to the program are a master’s degree in Audiology, Audiology licensure or certification (US State, ASHA, ABA or its international equivalent) and one full year of post master’s work experience. As such, students entering the program have obtained their clinical skills in audiology through masters-level practicum experiences and a year of post-masters work experience. The program director of the University of Florida Distance Learning program can attest to the satisfactory completion of academic coursework received during enrollment in the University of Florida Distance Learning Doctor of Audiology program. The program director cannot attest to the satisfactory completion of clinical practicum skills received during a student’s master’s degree program and will not verify or approve clinical credentials during any licensure or certification application in any country. Individuals who wish to apply for audiology licensure or certification in the US or other country should contact the appropriate board to determine requirements for confirmation of clinical skills.
STEP 2 – COMPLETE THE ONLINE GRADUATE SCHOOL APPLICATION
STEP 3 – ALL SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS SHOULD NOW BE SUBMITTED THROUGH THE ONLINE APPLICATION
All applicants will submit required materials in via the online application.