• Audiology



Can use the theoretical and applied knowledge gained in the field and cooperate with experts from other disciplines. He/she can transfer the knowledge and problem solving skills he/she has internalized in his/her field to interdisciplinary studies. By gaining the ability to conceptualize the events and phenomena that are relevant to his field, he can make investigations with scientific methods and techniques; can interpret and evaluate the data obtained, identify and analyze problems, and suggest solutions based on evidence and literature. He can evaluate hearing and balance functions by using technical hardware, software and application methods when he will intervene in his field. It makes the necessary evaluation, diagnosis, planning and orientation by using the theoretical and applied concepts and principles related to the field. Considering individual differences, cultural beliefs, traditions and customs, they are aware of and respect their effects on daily life. It takes part in community health protection and early diagnosis programs, and contributes to the development of health policies for the differing and diversifying needs of the society regarding hearing health. With the knowledge he has gained, he carries out professional and academic studies without being dependent, and works as a member of the team in effective communication and cooperation with other professional members working in his field and takes on the responsibility. Knows the methods of accessing information, uses the library, scientific databases, internet and other information resources effectively, internalizes the principle and necessity of lifelong learning. In order to provide quality service in line with its professional responsibilities, it keeps records, prepares reports, uses written and visual technological tools, and strives for the dissemination of information and the creation of universal knowledge. It evaluates all clinical and research results by adopting the principle of confidentiality. It does not carry out any experimental and clinical practice without the consent and approval of the society it serves, and considers human rights and ethical principles in all kinds of practice and research studies.


Post Graduation Job Opportunities:

They can work as an audiologist in clinics within the Ministry of Health or private hospitals.

Hearing impaired can be employed in schools, special education centers.

They can find employment in a wide range of places such as hearing aid and implant companies, factories and industrial establishments, research institutes and institutions.

They can make academic progress in universities with a graduate program in audiology and basic science. a