On completion of the course, students will obtain a strong theoretical foundation of hearing sciences, develop practical competencies and possess a good appreciation of the following:

  • Assessment, diagnosis, and management of hearing impairment and disordered auditory related systems in adults and children.
  • Assessment, diagnosis, and management of balance dysfunctions in adults.
  • Hearing aid evaluation, verification, and validation for adults and children.
  • Programming in implantable devices (e.g. cochlear implant, bone anchored hearing aids, and middle ear implant) for adults and children.
  • Research skills necessary for service development and evaluation.
  • Basic counseling skills for working with hearing impaired individuals and families.
  • Communication skills for multi-disciplinary teamwork.
  • Public health challenges and effective hearing care.
  • Uniquely Singaporean and Asian education, research and clinical focuses.
  • Strong spirit of excellence, continued learning, innovation and community service.