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Au.D. is the designator for the Doctor of Audiology degree. The Au.D. is the new designator of a clinical audiologist, and an Au.D. or Ph.D. will be required for certification as a clincial audiologist by 2007. Educational programs for the Au.D. typically last 3-4 years and include coursework and clinical practicum in all aspects of audiology. Audiology is the branch of science that studies the sense of hearing. ... An audiologist is a person who specializes in the science of audiology which is the branch of science that deals with hearing and the therapy required for people who have hearing deficits. ...

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