AUD 542 - Forensic Audiology
Semester Hours: 1
The purpose of this course is to provide the student/professional with an understanding of legal, ethical, legislative, and forensic issues that may be encountered in audiology. The legal rights of communicatively disordered persons and provisions of the ADA will be explored. Other issues such as due process, federal and state mandates, managed care, educational entitlements, the role of professional organizations and support groups, support personnel, external forces impacting on the profession, and the advocacy for the profession will be addressed.
Prerequisites & Course Notes
*Open only to matriculated students enrolled in the Au.D. program. (Formerly SPCH 397.)
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