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Graduate degree pathway

How to become an audiologist

    3 years Bachelors degree
    +
    2 years Master of Audiology

    1. Choose an undergraduate degree

    Choose an undergraduate degree such as the Bachelor of Biomedicine, Bachelor of Science, or any undergraduate degree with a major in linguistics, psychology or relevant discipline. After completing an undergraduate degree, you will need to apply for the Master of Clinical Audiology course to qualify as an Audiologist.

    Undergraduate DegreeMajor

    Bachelor of Arts

    • Linguistics
    • Psychology

    Bachelor of Biomedicine

    • Health related discipline

    Bachelor of Science

    • Health related discipline

    2. Enter the Master of Clinical Audiology

    Next, you will choose the Master of Clinical Audiology course to qualify as an Audiologist. The course consists of formal lectures, seminars, practical work and student presentations along with a substantial clinical component. Students will be scheduled for supervised clinical work at our clinical school and at various hearing care facilities across Victoria.

    Graduate Degree

    Master of Clinical Audiology