Use the search application to find accredited medical schools and technical colleges with audiology degree programs.
“Patients suffering from hearing ailments such as hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, or balance disorders, are generally referred to an audiologist… Sometimes they will need to refer out to an ear, nose, and throat doctor (ENT) to determine if surgery is necessary. Otherwise, the audiologist will do hearing rehabilitation, and/or judge whether a hearing aid is a right move.”
Find Colleges with Audiology Courses
All listed colleges are accredited and have financial aid assistance if you qualify.
- Florida Career College
- Fortis Institute
- Southern Careers Institute
- Remington College
- New England Institute of Technology
- Virginia College
- St. Paul’s School of Nursing
- Miller Motte College
- Iowa Central Community College
- Daymar College
- Miles Community College
- Northwestern College
To become an audiologist:
- High school diploma or GED.
- Bachelor’s degree.
- Earn your doctorate in audiology (4 years)
- State Licensing.
- State Certification
Audiologist salary Info:
- Average: $76,000 per year.
- Experienced: averaging $113,540 per year.
- Entry level: more than $54K per year.