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Unparalleled career preparation

Our 100% job placement rate says it all: our training programs are a springboard for your future career. Hands-on clinical and teaching experiences starting your very first semester, equipping you with the in-demand skills you need to succeed. Washington University’s vast network and prestigious reputation open doors at schools and clinics across the country, and our dedicated faculty and staff provide personalized support for meeting your professional goals.

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Extensive scholarship funding

Every student in our graduate training programs receives financial assistance. Our Master of Science in Deaf Education program provides a minimum of 75% tuition funding, and our Doctor of Audiology students typically receive scholarships covering 25 to 50% of tuition. And when it comes to our rates, what you see is what you get: we’ll never increase tuition over the course of your enrollment

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Our welcoming community

For many students and alumni, the Program in Audiology & Communication Sciences is like a family. Our small, close-knit graduate cohorts make classes feel collaborative rather than intimidating, and you can expect to graduate alongside friends and colleagues for life.
Students also feel at home among our faculty and staff, who always make time for mentorship and support.

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“I have never felt more supported by my professors and I have never felt more supported by my fellow students than I have when I came to Washington University.”

Katie Zawislak, MSDE (2022): Teacher, Intermediate District 287 (Plymouth, MN)