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Top Audiology Schools and Audiology Degrees Online

Audiology schools and audiology programs prepare you to help people who have ear defects, diseases and injuries that lead to hearing loss, balance problems and related difficulties. You can earn your audiology degree online or through a traditional on-campus program. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for audiologists is expected to grow by 25% through 2018, making this an excellent field to enter if you are willing to put forth the effort to attain an advanced audiology degree.



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Capella University

Rasmussen College

Quinnipiac University Online

University College

Johns Hopkins University

Brandeis University Graduate Professional Studies

Utica College

Benedictine University

University of Saint Mary

Sacred Heart University

Brandman University

DeVry University

Institute of Technology

Career Quest Learning Center

New England College

Grand Canyon University

Marylhurst University

Walden University

Kaplan University

Jacksonville University Online

Florida Tech University Online

Western Governors University

Adelphi University

Valparaiso University

Villanova University Online

Southern New Hampshire University

University of California San Francisco

University of Phoenix

Northcentral University

University of Southern California

New England College

University of South Florida

Ohio University

Prepare for Top Audiology Jobs and Audiology Careers

Audiology is a secure, lucrative and fast-growing field. But launching an audiology career typically requires a Master's degree in Audiology or Doctorate in Audiology, so choosing the right audiology program is critical. All 50 states require professionals in this field to maintain an active license, which means continuing education classes, and some also have separate licensing rules for audiologists who want to dispense hearing aids. Earning the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association satisfies some or all of the licensing requirements in many states.