Course: CD 752. Implantable Auditory Prostheses (3)
Prerequisites: CD 708 and CD 720 (or equivalents), and admission to the AuD graduate program. Implantable Auditory Prostheses is one of academic/clinical courses which explores the many different areas and issues related to auditory devices that are implantable. Topics to be covered include signal processing, candidacy determination, medical considerations, steps in programming, aural (re)habilitation techniques, and speech perception and production outcomes in children and adults. Information will be presented and learned through lectures, guest speakers, hands-on activities, assignments, and interactions with adult users of implantable devices.