Bachelor of Audiology (Hons)
Offered by: International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)
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|Exam Body||Internal Degree, Malaysia|
|Course Duration||8 Sem|
|Part Time/Full Time||Full Time|
|Faculty||Kulliyyah of Allied Health Sciences|
|Conducted entirely in Malaysia||Yes|
|Level of Study||Bachelor's Degree Level|
|Field of Study||Medicine & Healthcare|
|Stream Requirements||Science Stream|
Audiology is the study of normal and disordered hearing and balances as both scientific discipline and clinical profession. In the clinical profession, this is performed by conducting series of test in order to diagnose any hearing or balance disorders.
In addition to diagnosing, it also involves preparing and performing individualised rehabilitation programmes to individuals with hearing and/or balance disorders. Sub-specialisation in Audiology include: Clinical Audiology, Educational Audiology, Paediatric Audiology, Dispensing Audiology, and Industrial/Military Audiology.
Minimum CGPA Requirements into Undergraduate Programmes (Ex-Centre for Foundation Studies Students)
The general academic requirements for admission into undergraduate degree programmes of IIUM (General Requirements for Malaysians)
* The University reserves the right to change the above requirements at any time without prior notice.Three principal passes, or 'C' grades in the STPM (Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia) examination,
The general academic requirements for admission into undergraduate degree programmes of IIUM (International Qualifications)
Depending on the programme of study, instruction at IIUM is carried in English and/or Arabic. Applicants wishing to pursue studies in programmes taught in English must obtain:
Applicants who are unable to submit satisfactory results in any of the tests above may take up language proficiency courses at the university to fulfill the admission requirements.
Audiologist work with patients/clients of all ages, dealing with assessment of hearing and/or balance, associated needs, provision of appropriate intervention, and assessment of benefit. They may be located close to or within ENT, primary care, paediatrics or occasionally Education services. Audiologists act in support roles for medical colleagues and in some circumstances may act as first-contact autonomous practitioners, with for example direct referral from primary care of from education or social services. Audiologists practice in many different areas such as: Public and Private Hospitals, Ministry of Education, Special School of the Deaf, Hearing Service Centres, Private Practice, Universities, Rehabilitation Centres, Industries and Military.
All fees are in RM (Ringgit Malaysia) currency unless stated otherwise.